Hi! My name is John whitman and today we are going on a tour from 80 A-D to 395 A-D
Hey! did you know that The medeteranian sea was an important route for merchants and travelers of ancient times that allowed for trade and cultural exchange between emergent peoples of the region.
What do you see?
Oh its you again! This is the colesseum and it could seat 50,000
This civilization has 280 fountains and more than 900 churches.
My job as a tour guide is to take you around this cool civilization from 80 AD - 395 AD.
Two of the main physical features of this civilization are the Tiber river and the medeteranian sea. The Tiber River and the Mediterranean Seaprovided Rome with the opportunity to trade and conquer.
People in this civilization believed that the gods live on Mt. Olympus
Hi this is the colesseum. It was built in A.D. 70-72. A lot of events happen here like Big fights. You ready to go see a Gladiator!
How has this civilization influenced ours
Isn't that pretty neat! Well that's all for no see ya next time!!
This civilization's Forum, was the gathering place and the location of important religious, political and social activities. The social class was split in 3 ways the patricians are the higher authority, the plebians are the commoners and the slaves the lowest authority. The civilization's meals consisted of wheat pancake, honey and vegetables
From the beginning their religion was polytheistic. The Male god that they worshiped was called Hermes.
This civilization influenced ours because it showed ours how to make roads, and introduced wheels to our society.