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Ancient Near East
- Compare the role of religion in differing Near Eastern societies.
- Describe the progression from city-state to empire in the ancient Near East.
- Analyze the relationship of law, society, and the individual in the ancient Near East.
- Outline the formation of the Greek city-state and its evolution into an empire.
- Explain the role of religion and law within the Greek state.
- Analyze the changing role of the individual within Greek society.
- Define the political structure of Rome before 44 B.C., including citizenship.
- Evaluate the changing role of the emperors in Rome.
- Analyze the structural problems in the government of the Roman Empire.
The Long, Long Fall of Rome
- Explain the changing role of law and religion in the late Roman Empire.
- Evaluate the contribution of the ancient Mediterranean world to the modern world.
Hellenistic Greece and the Near East
- Explain the process by which Greek city-states moved from independence to functioning within the Hellenistic Empire.
- Summarize the interactions of the Greeks, the Egyptians, and eastern cultures.
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