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Rise of Rome


Curipod generated lesson: "Rise of Rome". #11-13

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1. Word cloud
120 seconds
In a few words, describe the rise of Rome.
2. Slide
60 seconds
Rome was the largest and most powerful city-state in the ancient world Rome expanded its territories through warfare and diplomacy The Roman Republic was established in 509 BC
The Rise of Rome
3. Slide
60 seconds
Romulus and Remus Emperor Augustus- 27 BC (Great Nephew of Julius Caesar) Tiberius Claudius (Expanded into Britain) Vespasian (Subverted Jewish revolts in Judea) Marcus Aurelius (Last great emperor of Rome- 161 AD-180 AD)
Important Roman Figures
4. Slide
60 seconds
Roman Republic: A form of government founded in 509 BC in which power was shared between the people and elected representatives. Consul: A senior magistrate in the Roman Republic, elected to serve one-year terms as general and civil administration. Pax Romana: The period of relative peace in the Mediterranean region from 27 BC to 180 AD while Rome held political power.
5. Slide
60 seconds
The Roman Empire is estimated to have had a population of over 70 million people. Rome was the first city in human history to reach a population of one million people. The Pantheon, a temple dedicated to all gods, is the best preserved building from Ancient Rome. The first "Apartment Complex" was created in Rome
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6. Open question
660 seconds
Work together in pairs: What lasting effects has the rise of Rome had on the development of Western civilization?
7. Open question
660 seconds
Work together in pairs: What were the main factors that contributed to the rise and success of the Roman Empire?
8. Drawings
450 seconds
Brain break: Draw the Coliseum or a picture of a Gladiator Event.
9. Poll
300 seconds
When did the rise of Rome begin?
  • 753 BC
  • 753 AD
  • 323 BC
  • 323 AD
10. Poll
300 seconds
Who were the two brothers credited with founding Rome?
  • Romulus and Remus
  • Pompey and Caesar
  • Julius and Augustus
  • Augustus and Nero
11. Poll
300 seconds
Which of the following was not one of the three major stages of Roman history?
  • The Republic
  • The Empire
  • The Middle Ages
  • The Monarchy
12. Poll
300 seconds
What was the name of the period of peace and prosperity that began in 27 BC?
  • The Pax Romana
  • The Pax America
  • The Pax Britannica
  • The Pax Germanica
13. Poll
300 seconds
Which event marked the end of the Roman Empire?
  • The fall of Constantinople
  • The Punic Wars
  • The Battle of Actium
  • The Edict of Milan

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