The Fall of the Roman Empire 476 A.D.
The legacy of the Roman Empire and the consequences of the fall of the Roman Empire.
I understand the changes the Roman Empire faced.
I understand the failure of the Roman Empire in addressing the critical changes facing it.
I understand the feudal system which emerged in Europe with thecollapse of the Roman Empire.
I understand contributions of the Roman Empire to Western Europe and the United States.
"The Holy Roman Empire is neither Holy, nor Roman, nor an Empire."
"A citizen of the Roman Empire, for example, would have placed less value on individual liberty in the modern Western sense than on collective responsibility.”
~Stephen Baxter, Proxima
ENDURING UNDERSTANDINGS STUDENTS WILL UNDERSTAND:
Civilizations rise and fall.
Significant civilizations leave a legacy, which may be positive or negative.
KEY LINKS ON FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE
Time Maps Interactive: Europe 200 A.D. - 500 A.D.
The Fall of the Roman Empire: Historical Atlas of the Mediterranean
Crash course: Fall of Rome...
7.1 Analyze the legacy of the Roman Empire.
The Fall of Rome...
This video is about the historiography of fall of the Roman Empire or Fall of Rome.
Legacy of the Ancient Roman Empire Rap......
LEGACY OF THE ANCIENT ROMAN EMPIRE RAP
7th Grade Medieval World History, Chapter 1: The Legacy of Ancient Rome, by Mr. Bloom
Fall of the Roman Empire
a record or narrative description of past events
the lapse of mankind into sinfulness because of the sin of Adam and Eve
an empire established by Augustus in 27 BC and divided in AD 395 into the Western Roman Empire and the eastern or Byzantine Empire; at its peak lands in Europe and Africa and Asia were ruled by ancient Rome
the property of something that is great in magnitude
PBS Lesson Ideas: The Roman Empire in the First Century PDF
Rome the Ancient Superpower...
7.2 Summarize the consequences of the fall of the Roman Empire including the continuation of the Eastern Roman Empire as the Byzantine Empire, Justinian and the significance of Constantinople.
Rome: The Ancient Superpower History/Discovery/Documentary
Human history is littered with documentation of ancient empires. From the conquests of Alexander the Great to the astonishing Egyptians with their impossibly large monuments, records show that humanity has been thriving for thousands of years, but no such empire stands out as much as that of Ancient Rome. They created a new system of government, advanced building technologies, and of course and unstoppable military machine. For hundreds of years, the Romans marched across the known world and conquered everything in their path. Learn what started this fascinating society and how after several centuries of powerful rule, what ultimately led to it's demise.
The City of Walls: Constantinople...
The world owes much of its cultural legacy to Constantinople's walls. When Constantinople was under seige by neighboring enemies, the Roman city's elaborate system of moats, outer walls, and inner walls stood tall. Surviving numerous fire attacks, the walls were eventually brought down by more modern tools of warfare, but, thankfully, classical culture survived. Lesson ideas...
A firsthand account of an invasion of nomadic tribes from Central Asia into Europe eventually weakening and finally destroying the mighty Roman Empire.
Read about what has been discovered recently about Ancient Rome.
Read from selected primary sources about the end of the Classical World.
Read from inspiring quotations, in context and cross-indexed, from the classic History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. Gibbon's work is superbly written and obviously apropos to life (and, alas, world events) today.
An animated timeline from the book 'Science: a Discovery in Comics' by Margreet de Heer.
Primary Documents and Supporting Texts to Read: excerpts from Eusebius of Caesarea, "Ecclesiastical History," that describes Constantine
Are we Rome?
Thought-provoking discussion concerning the similarities and differences between Ancient Rome and America.
Asterix the Gaul must be Europe's favorite comic book hero. Find out more by visiting and reading one of these amazing comics at your CMS LMC!
The Roman Republic suffered governmental problems that ultimately led to the end of the Republic. The Romans did attempt reforms. However, they were unsuccessful. See if your students can be more successful!
Welcome to the Emperor of Rome Game. This is your chance to rule the largest empire the world has ever seen. You can choose which emperor you want to be, then you'll face real situations where you have to decide what you want to do.
View some revealing excerpts from writers of the Roman empire in the first century, just click on the thumbnail to enlarge your view.
BBC HORRIBLE HISTORIES THE FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE
Series 3, Episode 11.