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Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus Christianity and Judaism Jesus of Nazareth The Spread of Christianity Map: The Spread

Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus Christianity and Judaism Jesus of Nazareth The Spread of Christianity Map: The Spread

Preview Main Idea / Reading Focus Christianity and Judaism Jesus of Nazareth The Spread of Christianity Map: The Spread of Christianity The Early Christian Church The Rise of Christianity The Rise of Christianity Main Idea

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The Inevitability and Implications of Invasion in Captain Corelli’s Mandolin

The Inevitability and Implications of Invasion in Captain Corelli’s Mandolin

The Inevitability and Implications of Invasion in Captain Corelli’s Mandolin French Occupation Venetian Rule Frankish Occupation Roman times Norman Occupation Study British Occupation Credits

By Antony
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History of the Region Through 1800

History of the Region Through 1800

History of the Region Through 1800. Guiding Question How did Western Europe change from a land controlled by loose-knit tribes to a region of monarch- ruled nations? Western Europeans Not the first Europeans to begin farming Rich soil Moderate climate Moved to the region Beginnings

By MartaAdara
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The Fall of the Roman Republic and the Rise of an Empire

The Fall of the Roman Republic and the Rise of an Empire

The Fall of the Roman Republic and the Rise of an Empire. What caused the roman republic to decline? Why did rome become an empire?. The Decline of the Roman Republic. The Roman Republic began to decline around 133 BCE and eventually collapsed in 27 BCE

By Olivia
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End of Custom Shows WARNING! Do Not Remove

End of Custom Shows WARNING! Do Not Remove

End of Custom Shows WARNING! Do Not Remove This slide is intentionally blank and is set to auto-advance to end custom shows and return to the main presentation.

By Sharon_Dale
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The Rise of Islam

The Rise of Islam

The Rise of Islam. 600 C.E. -1200’s C.E. Middle East, ca. 600 A.D. The Eastern Mediterranean. By this time,The lands of Rome had been overtaken by the Goths and Vandals and the East Roman Empire (Byzantine) was spreading its influence into northern territories.

By PamelaLan
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Chinese Dynasties

Chinese Dynasties

Chinese Dynasties. Too Many Dynasties to Remember? Lets try a SONG! Shang, Zhou, Qin, Han Shang, Zhou, Qin, Han Sui, Tang, Song Sui, Tang, Song Yuan, Ming, Qing, Republic Yuan, Ming, Qing, Republic Mao Zedong Mao Zedong Let’s try Frere Jacques

By richard_edik
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Syria

Syria

Syria. By Cadet Mullens.

By Sharon_Dale
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Unit 7

Unit 7

Unit 7. Learning about English. Unit 7. Part Ⅰ Pre-reading activities Part Ⅱ Text A Part Ⅲ Text B Part Ⅳ Post-reading activities. Pre-reading Activities :. Listen to the passage carefully and then think over the following questions: 1. What is the passage about?

By ivanbritt
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The Roman Empire and Medieval England

The Roman Empire and Medieval England

The Roman Empire and Medieval England. The Roman Empire 1 st Century BC to 476 AD. Medieval England 1066-1500 approximately. Images of Ancient Rome. A drawing of the centre of Ancient Rome – the centre of the Roman Empire. Augustus, the First emperor of Rome. The Colisseum of

By Thomas
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The Fall of the Roman Empire

The Fall of the Roman Empire

The Fall of the Roman Empire. Weak Roman Government. Poor leaders weakened the government Frequent fights for power Many officials took bribes Talented people chose not to serve due to dangers of government life. Social Problems. Plague (disease) spread throughout Rome, killing 1 in 10

By adamdaniel
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Ancient Coin Project

Ancient Coin Project

Ancient Coin Project. Photo by Doug Smith; http://dougsmith.ancients.info/. created by Latin teacher Cathy Scaife for Ancient Coins for Education classroom attribution project . Ancient Coin Project. Photo by Doug Smith; http://dougsmith.ancients.info/. Part II Production of Roman Coins.

By Jimmy
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The English School in IR Theory

The English School in IR Theory

The English School in IR Theory. International society theory (the English school).

By Gabriel
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Ancient Rome

Ancient Rome

Ancient Rome. Rise, Government, Fall. Rome. Founded in 753 BCE by Romulus and Remus Built on 7 hills along the curve of the Tiber River on the Italian Peninsula First Settlers between 1000-500 BCE Latins settled central Italy, Greeks to the South, and Etruscans to the North

By issac
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Europe after the Roman Empire

Europe after the Roman Empire

Europe after the Roman Empire. Europe after the Roman Empire. Collapse of Western Roman Empire 476 CE Consequences Transitions and Continuities Rise of Barbarian Kingdoms. Europe after the Roman Empire. Europe after the Roman Empire. Europe after the Roman Empire. The Franks

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Charlemagne and the Franks

Charlemagne and the Franks

Charlemagne and the Franks. In this lesson, students will be able to identify effects of the fall of Rome as well as the rise of Charlemagne and the Franks. Students will be able to identify and/or define the following terms: Effects of the Fall of Rome Franks Charlemagne Feudalism.

By Samuel
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Norse Mythology

Norse Mythology

Norse Mythology. The collective myths of the Scandinavians (Sweden, Denmark, Norway, and Iceland). Viking Era. There are several similarities between Norse Mythology and Greek/Roman Mythology Norse myths were codified during the Viking era: 780 - 1070 Travel as far east as the Caspian sea

By benjamin
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THE PROTESTANT REFORMATION

THE PROTESTANT REFORMATION

THE PROTESTANT REFORMATION. CALVINISM TEARING DOWN THE ROMAN EMPIRE. THE PROTESTANT REFORMATION. Revolution in religious thought & practice. Challenged established authority & secured triumph of secular power. Shaped identities & changed map of Europe.

By Samuel
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Byzantine Empire

Byzantine Empire

Byzantine Empire. Key Topic. The FRAME. is about. Main Idea. Details. So What?. Geography of the Byzantine Empire. The Capital was moved to Constantinople because:. Key Topic. The FRAME. is about. Main Idea. Details. So What?. Geography of the Byzantine Empire.

By Mia_John
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The Fall of the Roman Empire

The Fall of the Roman Empire

The Fall of the Roman Empire. Decline in Morals and Values. Crimes of violence made streets unsafe Prostitution Wasted money on lavish parties Gladiatorial combats. Weak Roman Government. Poor leaders weakened the government Frequent fights for power

By Mia_John
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