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 PERIOD 2, 600 BCE - 600 CE (Chapters 3-5)  

TEST DATE: TUESDAY, 9/9 [A]; THURSDAY, 9/11 [B]  

    

  CLASSICAL GREECE: Greek Orders: DORIC, IONIC, CORINTHIAN, c. 600-100 B.C.E.

AP KEY CONCEPT 2.1.IIF: Art and architecture reflected the values of religions and belief systems

 

  

 CLASSICAL GREECE: Parthenon, Athenian Acropolis, c. 432 B.C.E.  

AP KEY CONCEPT 2.1.IIF: Art and architecture reflected the values of religions and belief systems

 

 

    

 CLASSICAL GREECE: The Discus Thrower. By Myron, c. 460 B.C.E.  

AP KEY CONCEPT 2.1.IIF: Art and architecture reflected the values of religions and belief systems.  

 

    

 ROMAN EMPIRE: Augustus Primaporta. c. 31 B.C.E.  

AP KEY CONCEPT 2.2.IIA: In order to organize their subjects, in many regions imperial rulers created administrative institutions, including centralized governments, as well as elaborate legal systems and bureaucracies

 

            

 ROMAN EMPIRE: Coliseum, Rome. c. 80 C.E.   

AP KEY CONCEPT 2.2.IIIA: Imperial cities served as centers of trade, public performance of religious rituals, and political administration for states and empires

 

 ROMAN EMPIRE: Pantheon, "Temple of the Gods," Rome. c. 125 C.E.   

AP KEY CONCEPT 2.1.IIF: Art and architecture reflected the values of religions and belief systems

 

    

 ROMAN EMPIRE: Roman Aqueduct, Pont du Gard, France. Example of technological diffusion. c. 60 C.E.

AP KEY CONCEPT 2.2.IIB: Imperial governments promoted trade and projected military power over larger areas using a variety of techniques, including issuing currencies; diplomacy; developing supply lines; building fortifications, defensive walls, and roads; and drawing new groups of military officers and soldiers from the location populations or conquered populations

 

  

 QIN DYNASTY: Shi Huang Di (First Emperor) burial tomb with the Terra Cotta Warriors. Xi'an (Chang'an), China, c. 210 B.C.E.  

AP KEY CONCEPT 2.1.IIF: Art and architecture reflected the values of religions and belief systems

 

 MAURYAN EMPIRE: Emperor Ashoka's Great Stupa at Sanchi (Buddhist Temple), India. c. 250 B.C.E.

AP KEY CONCEPT 2.1.IIF: Art and architecture reflected the values of religions and belief systems.

 

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