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Regents Review Materials

Page history last edited by Thomas M Hayes 14 years, 6 months ago

Former Regents exams

http://www.nysedregents.org/testing/lotegre/regentlat.html

 

Part IVA--the Grammar!

Regents Review A RtoR

http://www.quia.com/rr/476609.html    

 

Regents Review B RtoR 

http://www.quia.com/rr/476627.html    

 

Regents Review C RtoR

http://www.quia.com/rr/476669.html 

 

Ancient Roman House & Family Living S Guarascio.ppt

The Roman House Caitlin Harley.ppt

Roman Baths J Lohsen.ppt

Military Leaders (Latin).ppt

Food and Eating, O'Connor.ppt

Famous Battles Tom McDonald.ppt

romanentertainment J Latten.ppt

Roman Writers Kali Perigine.ppt

Roman Roads and Transportation fred Bryant.ppt

Roman Geography Slideshow By Jason Smith.ppt

Roman Dress and Clothing Britanny O'Shea.ppt

 

The Roman Calendar basics

 

1. The calendar originally had 10 months then January and February were added.

July and August were not added but rather had their names changed from Quintilis and Sextilis

 

2. The Romans did not use our seven day week but counted through the whole month, starting at the 1st, and only named 3 of those days.

The Kalends—the 1st

The Nones—the 5th or 7th

The Ides (Idus)—the 13 or 15

Only March, May, July and October used 7 and  15 (in March, July, October and May, the Ides falls on the 15th day.)

 

3. Romans always counted toward the next named day.  Our March 6 is thus the day before the Nones of March, our March 31 is the day before the Kalends of April while our March 25 is 8 days before the Kalends of April.

 

Vestal Virgins

Watched over the "hearth of rome" in the temple of Vesta

Highest priesthood aside from Pontifex Maximus

Six serving at a time.

Picked from Patrician families at a young age 4-8

10 years in training

10 in service

10 in teaching

Live together in a community next to the temple of Vesta and the Regia

Could be entombed for letting the fire go out or losing their virginity

 

Classical Roman government can be divided into three time periods

 

753 B.C.E.

The kingdom, ruled by 7 successive kings.

Romulus was the first king

            2. Numa Pompilius introduced laws, religion and civilization

            6. Servius Tullius was picked when his hair burst into flames, but he didn’t burn

Tarquinius Superbus was the 7th king

509 (alternatively 510) B.C.E.

The republic

Brutus and Collatinus  lead the revolution which overthrew the kings

During the republic Rome’s top rulers were two consuls who were elected every year

31 or 27  B.C.E. The Empire

 Augustus’ victory in the naval battle at Actium in 31 made him sole ruler of the Roman World.

In 27 he was officially proclaimed Augustus by the Senate.

 

The term Imperator actually means a victorious general, but is used to describe Augustus and the 26 sole rulers who followed.

The Empire in Italy an the West ended in 476 C.E./A.D.

 

 

 

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