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Parent TopicConceptTypeNLE LevelLatin sources (HAVE NOT YET LOOKED AT LATIN)Shelton sourcesEnglish SourcesAV sourcesWeb sourcesMaterial CultureTeacher resourcesLLPSI?TC?CLC?ER?LIF?Jenney?
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architectural structures and their functions, e.g., aquaeductus, thermae, circus, amphitheatrum, curia, basilicaaquaeductusstructures1Frontinus Aqueducts of Rome 2.103, 124, 126, 127 (Shelton p. 66-7)Shelton 65-66http://www.forummagistrorum.com/2014/11/classical-to-the-core-part-3-cursus-honorum/ (roads & acqueducts)
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architectural structures and their functions, e.g., aquaeductus, thermae, circus, amphitheatrum, curia, basilicacircusstructures1
Shelton 337-346 (nothing specific on structure)
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architectural structures and their functions, e.g., aquaeductus, thermae, circus, amphitheatrum, curia, basilicathermaestructures1Lucian The Baths 5-8 (Shelton 313-314)Shelton 309-314, plus nice blueprint 312
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architectural structures and their functions, e.g., aquaeductus, thermae, circus, amphitheatrum, curia, basilicaamphitheatrumstructures1CIL 4.8055, 8056 (two simple gladiator epitaphs)Shelton 348-358
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architectural structures and their functions, e.g., aquaeductus, thermae, circus, amphitheatrum, curia, basilicacuriastructures1
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architectural structures and their functions, e.g., aquaeductus, thermae, circus, amphitheatrum, curia, basilicabasilicastructures1
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basic historical divisions (Monarchy, Republic, Empire) and associated terms (king, consul, emperor)basic historical divisions (Monarchy, Republic, Empire) and associated terms (king, consul, emperor)history1Brucia 1-2; Hunt 10-14 (nice drawing of 500bc Rome, timeline); Barden 1-3 (overall), 6 (Republic). Dowswell 2 (Rom & Rem; Tarquin)https://youtu.be/BJF3vmX6w7g
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basic historical divisions (Monarchy, Republic, Empire) and associated terms (king, consul, emperor)republichistory1
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basic historical divisions (Monarchy, Republic, Empire) and associated terms (king, consul, emperor)empirehistory1
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basic historical divisions (Monarchy, Republic, Empire) and associated terms (king, consul, emperor)kingshistory1
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basic historical divisions (Monarchy, Republic, Empire) and associated terms (king, consul, emperor)consulhistory1
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basic historical divisions (Monarchy, Republic, Empire) and associated terms (king, consul, emperor)emperor / princepshistory1
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basic historical divisions (Monarchy, Republic, Empire) and associated terms (king, consul, emperor)monarchyhistory1
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calendar terms, Kalends, Nones, Ides, pr. (pridie), a.d. (ante diem)calendar terms, Kalends, Nones, Ides, pr. (pridie), a.d. (ante diem)daily life3Hunt 40-41 (days, hours, months, timekeeping)
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ceremonies, e.g., weddings, funerals, triumphweddingsdaily life3Shelton 37-58 (marriage), esp. 39-44 (weddings)Dowswell 25 (weddings). Brucia 18-20 (weddings).XIV, XVI, XXVI
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ceremonies, e.g., weddings, funerals, triumphfuneralsdaily life3Shelton 91-98 (death), esp 95-96 (funerals)Brucia 21-22 (funerals).XVII, XIX, XX, XXV
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ceremonies, e.g., weddings, funerals, triumphcoming of age - boysdaily lifen/aBrucia 135 (marriage & coming of age, boys), XXVII, XXVIII
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ceremonies, e.g., weddings, funerals, triumphceremonies, e.g., weddings, funerals, triumphdaily life3
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ceremonies, e.g., weddings, funerals, triumphtriumphsentertainment3Brucia 117 (triumphs).
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ceremonies, e.g., weddings, funerals, triumphcoming of age? girlsdaily lifen/aShelton 37 (age of marriage)Brucia 140 (marriage age, girls)
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city of Rome, e.g., Forum, Palatine Hill, Via Appia, Pantheon, Campus Martiuscity of Rome, e.g., Forum, Palatine Hill, Via Appia, Pantheon, Campus Martiusgeography1Heimbach 39-41 (basics, hills), 43 (blank map), 44-46 (districts & landmarks), 51-53 (Forum Romanum), 56 (blank map). Woolf 146-147 (FR). Dowswell 6 (forum ad), 20-21 (Rome in AD 100)XXI
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city of Rome, e.g., Forum, Palatine Hill, Via Appia, Pantheon, Campus MartiusForum Romanumgeography1
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city of Rome, e.g., Forum, Palatine Hill, Via Appia, Pantheon, Campus MartiusFori Imperialigeography1
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city of Rome, e.g., Forum, Palatine Hill, Via Appia, Pantheon, Campus MartiusPantheongeography1
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city of Rome, e.g., Forum, Palatine Hill, Via Appia, Pantheon, Campus MartiusCampus Martiusgeography1
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city of Rome, e.g., Forum, Palatine Hill, Via Appia, Pantheon, Campus MartiusVia Appiageography1
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Classical influenceClassical influencehistoryn/aDowswell 19 (general), 28 (Greek influence), 31 (roads)
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clothing, e.g., toga, tunica, stolaclothing, e.g., toga, tunica, stoladaily life1Brucia 35-36. Hunt 36-37. Barden 12. Dowswell 25 (clothing, hair, jewelry)
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clothing, e.g., toga, tunica, stolatogadaily life1
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clothing, e.g., toga, tunica, stolatunicadaily life1
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clothing, e.g., toga, tunica, stolastoladaily life1
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clothing, e.g., toga, tunica, stolaunderwear (subligaria)daily lifen/a
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clothing, e.g., toga, tunica, stolapalladaily lifen/a
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clothing, e.g., toga, tunica, stolashoesdaily lifen/a
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clothing, e.g., toga, tunica, stolapantsdaily lifen/a
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Death & the afterlifeDeath & the afterlifedaily life3Shelton 91-98Brucia 21-22 (funerals). Hunt 24-25. Potter 71 (Scipio tomb inscriptions). Woolf 167-168.XVII, XIX, XX, XXV
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educationeducationdaily life2Brucia 41-42. Hunt 20-21. Nat Geo 107 (box). Barden 16.V
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educationgirls' educationdaily lifen/aJuvenal Sat. 6.434-456 (on women who are too educated)Shelton 299V
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educationboys' educationdaily lifen/aShelton 100-122VII, VIII, IX
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End of EmpireEnd of Empirehistoryn/aDowswell 16-18 (Barbarians), 19 (box on reasons for fall?)
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FoodFooddaily lifen/aIV, VI, XI,
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heroes and monsters, e.g., Jason and Medea, Odysseus, Perseus, Theseus, Daedalus, Minotaur, Chimeraheroes and monsters, e.g., Jason and Medea, Odysseus, Perseus, Theseus, Daedalus, Minotaur, Chimeramyth2Barden 14-15 (activity, no info)http://www.forummagistrorum.com/2013/03/navigating-the-5-cs-part-3-labores-herculi/ (Hercules)
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heroes and monsters, e.g., Jason and Medea, Odysseus, Perseus, Theseus, Daedalus, Minotaur, ChimeraJason & Medeamyth2
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heroes and monsters, e.g., Jason and Medea, Odysseus, Perseus, Theseus, Daedalus, Minotaur, ChimeraOdysseusmyth2
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heroes and monsters, e.g., Jason and Medea, Odysseus, Perseus, Theseus, Daedalus, Minotaur, ChimeraPerseusmyth2
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heroes and monsters, e.g., Jason and Medea, Odysseus, Perseus, Theseus, Daedalus, Minotaur, ChimeraTheseusmyth2
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heroes and monsters, e.g., Jason and Medea, Odysseus, Perseus, Theseus, Daedalus, Minotaur, ChimeraDaedalusmyth2
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heroes and monsters, e.g., Jason and Medea, Odysseus, Perseus, Theseus, Daedalus, Minotaur, ChimeraChimeramyth2
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heroes and monsters, e.g., Jason and Medea, Odysseus, Perseus, Theseus, Daedalus, Minotaur, ChimeraMinotaurmyth2
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heroes and monsters, e.g., Jason and Medea, Odysseus, Perseus, Theseus, Daedalus, Minotaur, ChimeraHydramythn/a
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heroes and monsters, e.g., Jason and Medea, Odysseus, Perseus, Theseus, Daedalus, Minotaur, ChimeraHerculesmythn/a
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housing, e.g., triclinium, insulaehousing, e.g., triclinium, insulaedaily life1Shelton 59-78Brucia 36-37 (heating, water, sleeping); 60-61 (water & baths). Woolf 165-166 (housing esp insulae). Barden 17. Dowswell 24 (ads for types of housing), 32 (furniture)https://youtu.be/juWYhMoDTN0?t=35s 0:35 to 1:00http://www.forummagistrorum.com/2013/02/navigating-the-5-cs-part-2-domus-romana/I, II
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housing, e.g., triclinium, insulaewealthy housingdaily life1Shelton 59-62, 71-78Hunt 26-27 (domus). Brucia 27-30 (both insulae & domi).I, II
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housing, e.g., triclinium, insulaepoorer housingdaily life1Shelton 63-64Hunt 34-35 (insulae). Brucia 27-30 (both insulae & domi). Woolf 165-166 (housing esp insulae). I, II
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important bodies of water, e.g., Adriatic Sea, Aegean Sea, Black Seaimportant bodies of water, e.g., Adriatic Sea, Aegean Sea, Black Seageography2Heimbach 17-21 (description & labeled map), 24-25 (blank map)
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important bodies of water, e.g., Adriatic Sea, Aegean Sea, Black SeaAdriatic Seageography2
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important bodies of water, e.g., Adriatic Sea, Aegean Sea, Black SeaAegean Seageography2
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important bodies of water, e.g., Adriatic Sea, Aegean Sea, Black SeaBlack Seageography2
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important bodies of water, e.g., Adriatic Sea, Aegean Sea, Black SeaTyrhennian Seageographyn/a
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important islands and provinces, e.g. Germania, Aegyptus, Sicilia, Cretaimportant islands and provinces, e.g. Germania, Aegyptus, Sicilia, Cretageography2Heimbach 17-21 (description & labeled map), 24-25 (blank map)
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important islands and provinces, e.g. Germania, Aegyptus, Sicilia, CretaSiciliageography2
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important islands and provinces, e.g. Germania, Aegyptus, Sicilia, CretaGermaniageography2
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important islands and provinces, e.g. Germania, Aegyptus, Sicilia, CretaAegyptusgeography2
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important islands and provinces, e.g. Germania, Aegyptus, Sicilia, CretaCretageography2
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important Italian locations, e.g., Ostia, Pompeii, Mt. Vesuvius, Brundisium, Apennine Mts.important Italian locations, e.g., Ostia, Pompeii, Mt. Vesuvius, Brundisium, Apennine Mts.geography1Heimbach 5-7 (cities, map, short description of Ancient Italy), 11 (blank FR map); 59, 60-61 (Vesuvius), 67-70 (Pompeii), 72 (blank pompeii map). Barden 13 (Pompeii)XIV.V
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important Italian locations, e.g., Ostia, Pompeii, Mt. Vesuvius, Brundisium, Apennine Mts.Ostiageography1
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important Italian locations, e.g., Ostia, Pompeii, Mt. Vesuvius, Brundisium, Apennine Mts.Pompeiigeography1
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important Italian locations, e.g., Ostia, Pompeii, Mt. Vesuvius, Brundisium, Apennine Mts.Mt. Vesuviusgeography1
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important Italian locations, e.g., Ostia, Pompeii, Mt. Vesuvius, Brundisium, Apennine Mts.Appenine Mountainsgeography1
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important Italian locations, e.g., Ostia, Pompeii, Mt. Vesuvius, Brundisium, Apennine Mts.Brundisiumgeography1
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kings of Rome and early Roman heroes, e.g., Romulus, Tarquinius Superbus, Horatius, Cincinnatuskings of Rome and early Roman heroes, e.g., Romulus, Tarquinius Superbus, Horatius, Cincinnatusmyth1Barden 14-15 (activity, no info).
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kings of Rome and early Roman heroes, e.g., Romulus, Tarquinius Superbus, Horatius, CincinnatusRomulusmyth1Dowswell 2 (Rom & Rem; Tarquin)
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kings of Rome and early Roman heroes, e.g., Romulus, Tarquinius Superbus, Horatius, CincinnatusTarquinius Superbusmyth1Dowswell 2 (Rom & Rem; Tarquin)
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kings of Rome and early Roman heroes, e.g., Romulus, Tarquinius Superbus, Horatius, CincinnatusHoratius Coclesmyth1
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kings of Rome and early Roman heroes, e.g., Romulus, Tarquinius Superbus, Horatius, CincinnatusCincinnatusmyth1
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kings of Rome and early Roman heroes, e.g., Romulus, Tarquinius Superbus, Horatius, CincinnatusNuma Pompiliusmythn/a
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kings of Rome and early Roman heroes, e.g., Romulus, Tarquinius Superbus, Horatius, CincinnatusTullus Hostilismythn/a
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kings of Rome and early Roman heroes, e.g., Romulus, Tarquinius Superbus, Horatius, CincinnatusServius Tulliusmythn/a
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kings of Rome and early Roman heroes, e.g., Romulus, Tarquinius Superbus, Horatius, CincinnatusAncus Marciusmythn/a
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kings of Rome and early Roman heroes, e.g., Romulus, Tarquinius Superbus, Horatius, CincinnatusTarquinius Priscusmythn/a
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Later EmpireLater Empirehistoryn/aDowswell 14 (3rd century crisis), 15 (Diocletian & Constantine)
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major events of Roman history, e.g., Punic Wars, Caesar’s conquest of GaulPunic Warshistory2
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major events of Roman history, e.g., Punic Wars, Caesar’s conquest of GaulCaesar in Gaulhistory2
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major events of Roman history, e.g., Punic Wars, Caesar’s conquest of Gaulmajor events of Roman history, e.g., Punic Wars, Caesar’s conquest of Gaulhistory2Hunt 13-14 (timeline). Heimbach 73-74 (to Pyrrhus), 77 (Punic Wars), 79 (map PW), 83 (Empire), 85 (map under Trajan). Potter 72 (box Punic War II). Dowswell 4-5 (Punic Wars)https://youtu.be/BJF3vmX6w7g
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meals, e.g., cena, culinameals, e.g., cena, culinadaily life1Shelton 79-85Brucia 33-35. Hunt 30-31, 32-33 (cooking). Barden 18. Dowswell 25 (cooking, recipe)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHPdLTrAYrM&index=7&list=PL31KgkgYdVbEL9fKDGQl5wxQotdg324wI (roman dinner manners horrible histories) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KExirPUaoSY&list=PL31KgkgYdVbEL9fKDGQl5wxQotdg324wI&index=8 (elagabalus' dinner party horrible histories) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j5MyeInm4xg (supersizers eat ancient roman- hour long!)
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Mid-EmpireMid-Empirehistoryn/aDowswell 12 (empire at largest extent under Trajan), 13 (conquest & Hadrian's Wall)
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NamesNamesdaily lifen/aCharisius de nomine 193. Ps.-Probus ?. Priscian Institutes de nomine 2.58. Livy 2.12-13 (re: Scaevola cognomen). See http://www.forummagistrorum.com/2014/11/classical-to-the-core-part-2-nomina/Brucia 3-4. Hunt 19 (nice chart with praenomina & cognomina). Potter 8.https://youtu.be/RQMgLxVxsrw?t=22s 0:22 to 1:25http://www.vroma.org/~bmcmanus/roman_names.html (on names, adoption, etc.); http://latin.org/ (find your own Roman name)L. Iulius Caesar coin: http://www.wildwinds.com/coins/sear5/s0198.html#julia4a ; epitaph for Agileia Prima Auguria http://archaeologicalmuseum.jhu.edu/the-collection/object-stories/latin-funerary-inscriptions/epitaphs-for-women/agileia-prima/ ; http://archaeologicalmuseum.jhu.edu/the-collection/object-stories/latin-funerary-inscriptions/epitaphs-for-women/flavia-salvia/ & also see http://www.forummagistrorum.com/2014/11/classical-to-the-core-part-2-nomina/http://www.forummagistrorum.com/2014/11/classical-to-the-core-part-2-nomina/
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notable cities, regions, mountains, rivers, and bodies of water of Italy and the ancient world, e.g., Naples, Alexandria, Gaul, Pyrenees, Mt. Etna, Nile, Aegean Sea, Black Seanotable cities, regions, mountains, rivers, and bodies of water of Italy and the ancient world, e.g., Naples, Alexandria, Gaul, Pyrenees, Mt. Etna, Nile, Aegean Sea, Black Seageography3Heimbach 17-21 (description & labeled map), 24-25 (blank map)
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notable cities, regions, mountains, rivers, and bodies of water of Italy and the ancient world, e.g., Naples, Alexandria, Gaul, Pyrenees, Mt. Etna, Nile, Aegean Sea, Black SeaNaples / Neapolisgeography3
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notable cities, regions, mountains, rivers, and bodies of water of Italy and the ancient world, e.g., Naples, Alexandria, Gaul, Pyrenees, Mt. Etna, Nile, Aegean Sea, Black SeaAlexandriageography3
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notable cities, regions, mountains, rivers, and bodies of water of Italy and the ancient world, e.g., Naples, Alexandria, Gaul, Pyrenees, Mt. Etna, Nile, Aegean Sea, Black SeaGaulgeography3
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notable cities, regions, mountains, rivers, and bodies of water of Italy and the ancient world, e.g., Naples, Alexandria, Gaul, Pyrenees, Mt. Etna, Nile, Aegean Sea, Black SeaPyreneesgeography3
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notable cities, regions, mountains, rivers, and bodies of water of Italy and the ancient world, e.g., Naples, Alexandria, Gaul, Pyrenees, Mt. Etna, Nile, Aegean Sea, Black SeaMt. Etnageography3
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notable cities, regions, mountains, rivers, and bodies of water of Italy and the ancient world, e.g., Naples, Alexandria, Gaul, Pyrenees, Mt. Etna, Nile, Aegean Sea, Black SeaNilegeography3
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Numbers, Counting, Months, & DaysNumbers, Counting, Months, & Daysdaily life2Barden 7-8 (Roman numerals & calendar)
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Numbers, Counting, Months, & DaysDaysdaily life2Hunt 40-41 (days, hours, months, timekeeping).
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Numbers, Counting, Months, & DaysMonthsdaily life2Hunt 40-41 (days, hours, months, timekeeping). Barden 7-8 (Roman numerals & calendar)
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Numbers, Counting, Months, & DaysNumbers / Countingdaily life2Barden 7-8 (Roman numerals & calendar)
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Olympian deities and associated myths, e.g., Daphne and Apollo, Arachne and Minerva, MidasOlympian deities and associated myths, e.g., Daphne and Apollo, Arachne and Minerva, Midasmyth1Brucia 127 (deities). Hunt 78 (deities); Barden 9 (deities), 14-15 (activity, no info). Dowswell 26-27 (deities, state religions)http://www.forummagistrorum.com/2012/01/navigating-the-5-cs-part-1-dei-romanorum/
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