History 150: the Roman Empire 1
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1/20/16: The Roman Empire. The Roman Empire: 27 B.C.E. to 476 C.E. (Common Era=A.D.) ***test questions*** 1 Emperor—Augustus. Ruled 27 B.C.E. to 14 C.E. st nd His reign began the period known as the PAX ROMANA of the 1 and 2 centuries C.E. o Also known as ROMAN PEACE. o Referred to the good old days of the Roman Empire. o Relative peace, prosperity, and stability. Virgil. The Aeneid o Written in the reign of Augustus and dedicated to him. o Rome will excel in government. Romans believed their mission was to rule the world. Size of empire. Rome’s legacy? o Law. Bind people together. Diverse across the empire. o Building and engineering feats. Movement of troops. Key use for trade. 50,000 miles of roads. o All roads lead to Rome. Minimize natural barriers. They had to overcome drainage issues. Built so that their creations would last for eternity. Hadrian’s Wall. o Built to provide stability. o Stabilize frontier from the Scottish people. o 73.5 miles long. o 10 feet wide. o 15 feet high, with 21 feet high turrets. Bridges. o Hitler could not destroy by direct hit from German bomb. o Oldest functioning bridge. Located in western Spain. 1/20/16: The Roman Empire. Built in the early second century. Still in use today. Built by the Romans. Aq ue du cts. o Brought water from natural sources into the cities. o Significant structure built by the Romans. Collect into a settling tank that piped to different parts of the city. Fountains. Sewage systems. Roman culture during the Pax Romana. The lifestyle of the: o Roman upperclass. Inhabited town houses. Reclined and dined. Banqueting. o Social life of the upper class. o Significant amounts of meat at the banquet symbolized how wealthy someone was. o Sample menu: Honey was used as a sweetener before sugar was discovered. Appetizers. Jellyfish and eggs. Sow’s utters stuffed with salted sea urchins. Boiled tree fungi with peppered fishfat sauce. Sea urchins with spices, honey, oil and egg sauce. Main course. Fallow deer roasted with onion sauce and rue. Jericho dates, raisins, oil and honey. Boiled ostrich with sweet sauce. Turtle dove boiled in its feathers. 1/20/16: The Roman Empire. Roast parrot. Dormice stuffed pork and pine kernies. Ham boiled with figs and bay leaves, rubbed with honey, baked in pastry crust. Flamingo boiled with dates. Dessert. Fricassee of roses with pastry. Stoned dates stuffed with nuts and pin kernies fried in honey. Hot African sweetwine cake with honey. Entertainment. o Singing. o Dancing. o Poetry readings.
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