Know the significance of the following terms within the context of  the essential question: Who is Western Man?

 Greece

People

 

      Homer

      Pericles

      Socrates

      Plato

      Aristotle

      Sophocles

      Philip of Macedonia

      Alexander the Great

 

 

 

Events

 

      Dorian Invasion

      Greek Dark Ages

      Trojan War

      Persian War

      Peloponnesian War

      Greek theater

      Socrates Trial

      Macedonian Conquest

 

 

 

Concepts

 

      Homeric Ideals

      The ideals of the Polis: Athens vs. Sparta

      Athenian Democracy

      Evolution of the Epic Hero

      Citizenship

 

Culture

 

      The Iliad/Odyssey

      Pericles Funeral Oration

      Antigone

      The Last Days of Socrates: The Apology, Crito

      The Allegory of the Cave

      The Academy

      Art and Architecture

Rome

People

 

      Gracchi Brothers

      Pompey

      Caesar

      Crassus

       Plutarch

      Octavian

      Mark Antony

      Cleopatra

      Cato the Elder

      Spartacus

      Jesus of Nazerath

      Perpetua

      Hadrian

      Trajan

      Constantine

      Alaric

 

 

 

 

Events

 

      Rebellion against the Etruscan Monarchy (509 BC)

      Plebeians vs. Patricians

      12 Tables

      Land Reform

      1st Triumvirate

      2nd Triumvirate

      Punic Wars

      Pax Romana

      Civil Wars

      Expansion to 116 AD

      Crisis of the Third Century

      Sack of Rome 410

      End of the Western Empire 476

 

 

 

Concepts

 

      Republic

      Imperium

      Dictator

       conflict of orders

      Slavery

      12 Tables Imperial Rome

      Republican Constitution

      Citizenship

      Patronage/client

      Romanization

      Barbarian

      Greco-Roman

      Latin

 

 

 

 

Culture

 

      Paterfamilias

      Virgil

      The Hearth

      Roman Values

      Aqueducts

      Art and Architecture

      Plutarch

      Roman Roads

      Cult of the Emperor

      Circus Maximus

     The Baths

      Horace

      Sermon on the Mount

      Tacitus