The Greek and Roman World: The Imperial Romans Video

Video title: The Imperial Romans

Use this Greek and Roman World History video entitled The Imperial Romans to study the major achievements of the Roman Empire, the Empire's governmental organization; military conquests; advances in engineering and architecture; and establishment of the Justinian Code.

Identify the major achievements of the Roman Empire, including the empires's governmental organization, military conquests, advances in engineering and architecture, and establishment of the Justinian Code. Understand the reasons for the empires decline and eventual collapse by invading Germanic tribes.

 

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The Greek and Roman World: The Imperial Romans Video. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Imperial Romans. Learn about The Imperial Romans. Discover the achievements of two of the world's greatest civilizations; ancient Greece and ancient Rome.
  • Understand the important contributions made to Western civilization by the ancient Greek culture, and explain how the democratic, athletic, and artistic ideals of the ancient Greeks, and their emphasis on learning, continue to influence the world.
  • Gain insight to the cultural impact of Alexander the Great's military conquests, and discuss the cultural significance of Alexandria, Egypt, a city founded by Alexander.
  • Survey the history and acculturation of the Roman Empire, and explain the reasons for the empire's decline and eventual conquest by invading Germanic tribes.
  • Identify the major achievements of the Roman Empire, including the empire's governmental organization, military conquests, advances in engineering and architecture, and establishment of the Justinian Code.
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