The Roman World The Roman World

An Epic Story An Epic Story
Rome Was a Monarchy in the Decades Rome Was a Monarchy in the Decades
Prior to the Revolt Against the Prior to the Revolt Against the
Etruscans Etruscans
Romulus and Remus Romulus and Remus
Aeneas
Earliest Known Latin Text, c. 500 BCE Earliest Known Latin Text, c. 500 BCE
Cincinnatus, Citizen Soldier oI the Cincinnatus, Citizen Soldier oI the
Roman Republic Roman Republic
Roman Patrician Roman Patrician
Roman Virtues Roman Virtues
!09,8 !09,8piety piety
Sobriety Sobriety
Simplicity Simplicity
Rule by the Rule by the
5,9071,2,8 5,9071,2,8
Ìn 450 BCE a Plebeian Revolt Ìn 450 BCE a Plebeian Revolt
Led to a New Law Code Led to a New Law Code÷÷the the
Law of the Twelve Tables Law of the Twelve Tables
n 390 BCE Rome Was Sacked n 390 BCE Rome Was Sacked
(Destroyed) by a Celtic People Called (Destroyed) by a Celtic People Called
the Gauls the Gauls
Carthage
The The Punic Punic Wars Wars
annibal
Cannae, August 216 BCE
Scipio AIricanus
Fabius
Carthago delenda est!¨
Cato the Elder
The Roman World
The Roman Nobility Became The Roman Nobility Became
ncreasingly Rich and Corrupt; ncreasingly Rich and Corrupt;
ReIormers Like the Gracchi Emerged ReIormers Like the Gracchi Emerged
The Roman World Gradually The Roman World Gradually
Descended nto Civil War Descended nto Civil War
Sulla
Marius
A uge Slave Revolt Erupted in 70 BC A uge Slave Revolt Erupted in 70 BC
ulius Caesar, 100-44 BCE
Caesar Was the First oI a Long Line oI Caesar Was the First oI a Long Line oI
Roman Roman Rulers Rulers
Caesar Assassinated, 15 March 44
BCE
Augustus (r. 31 BCE Augustus (r. 31 BCE- -14 CE) 14 CE)
Subduing the Germans Proved to Be DiIIicult
Teutoburg Forest, 9 AD
Traditional View oI esus Traditional View oI esus
Re Re- -creation oI esus` Face Based on creation oI esus` Face Based on
Forensic and istorical Research Forensic and istorical Research
ames, the Brother oI esus
Peter
Paul
Claudius, r.
41-54
The Romans Destroyed The Romans Destroyed erusalem erusalem and and
Sacked the Temple in 70 CE Sacked the Temple in 70 CE
Flavius osephus
Romans Carrying a Menorah Romans Carrying a Menorah
Masada Masada
The 1ewish Diaspora The 1ewish Diaspora
The Eruption of Mount
Vesuvius in 79 CE
Caused a Major Disaster
The Roman Empire in 100 AD
The City of Rome in the Second The City of Rome in the Second
Century AD Century AD
Marcus
Aurelius
Antoninus
Pius
Roman Empire in 300 AD Roman Empire in 300 AD
The Council oI Nicaea
Ambrose, c. 340-397
Theodosius, r. 379-
395
erome, c. 340-420
Pope St. Leo , r. 440-461
Augustine, 354-430
Alaric Sacks Rome, 410 AD
The uns The uns
200 AD 300 AD
400 AD
476 AD