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Geogra

phy
After the Battle of Corinth in 146 BCE,
Roman was in complete control of the
region. Greek was one of the Roman E
mpires colonies
Geography
Geography
Geography
Geography
Geography
Geography
Geography
Government & Social
Structure
Government:

-The residents have to pay


landlord rent and Roman governm
ent tax.
-The pay the tax on whatever
they produce.
Religio
n
- Deeply religious people
- Polytheism
- Believed the gods and goddesses & goddesses had human qualities
- Believed that gods and goddesses controlled everything in their lives
and the environment
Religion
Religion
Religion
Religion
Religio
n
Rise &
Fall
Rise &
Fall
Military & Warfare
Military & Warfare
Military & Warfare
Military & Warfare

Latin and Greek were the dominant language of this period,


but they prefer using Latin more than Greek.
Art
Ancient Greek art stands out among that of
other ancient cultures for its development of n
aturalistic but idealized depictions of the hum
an body, in which largely nude male figures we
re generally the focus of innovation.

Fabulous sculptures of classical stage show


realism and mastery reached as for example th
e discus thrower made by the artist Myron a
nd last stage classic artwork The Barberini Fa
un (of an extreme realism)
Art
Architect
ure

- Use simple post-and-lintel building techniques


- Greek architects were forced to employ a great many more stone columns to support
short horizontal beams overhead
- Rectangular building was surrounded by column on 4 sides or more rarely at the front
and rear only
Architecture
Inventio
ns
Inventions
Inventions
Famous
People
Famous
People
Sulla
Timeline
146 BCE: Roman won the Battle of Corinth, Greece is ruled by Rome
88 BCE - 63 BCE: Mithridates of Pontus fights three wars to free Greece
from Rome
86 BCE: The Roman general Sulla sacks Athens and the port of Piraeus
42 BCE: Octavian and Antony defeat Republicans under Brutus and Cassius
at the Battle of Philippi (Greece)
31 BCE: Marc Antony and Cleopatra move to Greece
Timeline
31 BCE 180 CE: The Pax Romana
257 CE - 263 CE: The Goths raid Greece.
267 CE: The Goths sack Athens, Corinth, Sparta, and Argos.
286 CE: Emperor Diocletian divides Roman Empire in two parts
330 CE: Became part of the Byzantine Empire
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