Rome

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Rome

“All those who would assume the mantle of public affairs would be well advised to heed two of Plato’s rules: first, to keep the best interests of the people so clearly in view that, whatever their own interests, those of the people will guide their conduct; and second, to care for the well being of the whole body politic, and not that of any one political party, especially not one which is prepared to betray the interests of the state for its own gain. The administration of the affairs of state must be taken like a public trust, to be undertaken for the benefit of those entrusted to one’s care, and not for the benefit of those upon whom the trust is conferred. Indeed, those who undertake the charge of government for the benefit of their political party while neglecting other parts of society infect the public calling with a dangerous virus–they introduce discord and sedition. If some adhere to the party of the plebes, and others to the elites, then few will serve the needs of the state itself.”

ROME

The Colosseum: Built in 70-80 CE, the colosseum represents the greatness of Roman architecture and engineering. Culturally, the colosseum was used for gladiator matches and was a place for a huge variety of people to come together.

This is a map of the Roman Empire as it was in 117 AD. This shows the farthest extent of the empire and Romanization

Cicero argued that those who aspire to govern must approach their goal with an attitude of sacrifice and service, not of privilege and right. He wanted a change to how political leaders acted.

An informational video by John Green on Rome and how it became an empire.

This is Cicero Denounces Catiline, by Cesare Maccari in 1889. This painting depicts a Roman senate house in 63 CE. It shows the Roman's political institution known as the senate.

This vase was from the second half of the third century as revealed from the Roman coins found inside the vase. This shows the cultural representation of artwork and pottery in specific.

VOCAB:Roman Senate - The second branch of government throughout the Roman EmpireRoman Empire - The giant nation conquered by the romans that reached its farthest extent in 117 CERomanization - The spread of the latin language and the Roman way of life


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