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Ancient Rome

Ancient Rome

  • National Geographic Xpeditions: Greek and Roman Land Use: What Was the Difference?
    The ancient Greeks and Romans, like every civilization, used their environment's natural resources to develop their societies. This lesson will help students differentiate between the two civilizations' practices of land and natural resource use and assess the extent to which the Romans adopted Greek practices. Students will research Greek and Roman land use and illustrate maps with Greek and Roman land use practices.
  • Odyssey: Rome
    We will look at objects that were made in the city of Rome and in the provinces that formed the Roman Empire. All of these materials will help us discover more about this fascinating civilization.

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