Ancient Roman Empire: Effects of Geography

Ancient Roman Empire: Effects of Geography
Ancient Roman Empire: Effects of Geography
Ancient Roman Empire: Effects of Geography
Ancient Roman Empire: Effects of Geography
Ancient Roman Empire: Effects of Geography
Ancient Roman Empire: Effects of Geography
Ancient Roman Empire: Effects of Geography
Ancient Roman Empire: Effects of Geography
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This 12-slide powerpoint complete with colored maps outlines the pros and cons of the various geographical features of the Ancient Roman Empire such as rivers and seas, the Sahara Desert, mountains, and the large amount of land. With each map, students are asked to identify the geographical features that are later identified with arrows on the powerpoint. A summary at the end points out that the vast amount of land and various geographical features were ultimately too much for one empire to handle and helped lead to the fall of the empire.
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