Study Roman Empire at its height, the reign of Augustus, invasion of Germanic tribes, and other threats to the territories. Study growth of corruption and slavery and lack of education amongst the citizenship. Study the contributions of Roman civilization, especially in law, language, technology, and transmission of Christian religion to the West. Study influence of Roman civic duties as taught by Roman Stoic philosophers with American idea of civil duties today. Study establishment by Constantine of the new capital in Constantinople and development of the Byzantine Empire, with splitting into Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic and influence of church on state.
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ANTONINE Anonymous (138-193)
2nd c Roman Roman Imperial (Antonine) Sculpture
Giovanni Francesco ROMANELLI
Pigment on stucco
17th c French Baroque (Classical) Architectural Decoration
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