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Hist 10th Test 1

Western Civ II: Up thru the Battle of Adrianople

Battle of Actium (Timeline) 31 BC
End of the Five Good Emperors (Timeline) 180 AD
Diocletian ends the 3rd Century Crisis (Timeline) 284 AD
Battle of the Milvian Bridge (Timeline) 312 AD
Edict of Milan Legalizes Christianity (Timeline) 313 AD
Council of Nicaea (Timeline) 325 AD
Fall of the Western Roman Empire (Timeline) 476 AD
Columba Founds the Monastery of Iona in Scotland (Timeline) 593 AD
What is the study of history? 3 examples *provides models of human behavior *provides examples of vice & virtue *examines the forces that inform/shape our lives/habits/morals. History is essential to becoming a free individual
How Rome fell... *Decline of Roman Empire, not like the old Republic *Loss of Civilizational confidence (Ausonius as example, poor quality poetry, imitative *Curiales (tax collectors)
Understand how the tax system works and what problems are created when the tax system stops working loss of revenue, de-urbanization, flight to the countryside, etc.
Created by: bgpalmers