Rome & the Republic
Roman Forum

Rome's location and government helped it become a major power in the ancient world. Rome's tripartite government and written laws helped create a stable society. The later period of the Roman Republic was marked by wars of expansion and political crises. Julius Caesar and Augustus led Rome's transition from republic to an empire.
 The geography of Italy will be studied so that students can distinguish the differences between modern and ancient regional geography, including climate, population and resources. Students will be exposed to modern economies and cultural practices.Students will learn about the early civilizations of Rome. Important people and achievements will be highlighted. Students will be engaging in several activities on a multitude of topics including a focus on the early peoples of Rome, the founding of the city, the transition from monarchy to republic and important people.

Roman Republic Sway Project
Roman Republic SWAY.docx

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Engineering an Empire- Caesar's Bridge
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