The ancient Romans borrowed a great deal from their neighbors and from those they conquered, but one of the things they were best at was improving upon that technology and making it even better. Occasionally, they would develop useful knowledge of
While discussing the many similarities and differences between modern and ancient democracies with social studies and government classes, this high-quality infographic will aid in allowing students to see the main points of each. Print it out to
This infographic is a basic introduction to the medieval African ruler MANSA MUSA, featuring colorful representations, icons and print-rich information for your classes to experience. Print it out to laminate and use it in the classroom as a visual,
Inspired by class discussion on Alexander III of Macedon (better known as ALEXANDER THE GREAT), I felt compelled to design this infographic, which manages to tie in the all-to-real and larger-than-life Alexander to a knot that could not be undone
The Roman Colosseum was the very first "modern" model of a sports arena and a testament to ancient Roman engineering genius. This infographic provides detailed pictures and print-rich information on the Colosseum, its builders and the events that
This activity will allow students to create their own model of an ancient Greek city-state/polis. Instructions: Using the picture on the back of this page, notes, the internet and the books in class, students will be drawing a model of a Greek
Medieval Heraldry is the study of a European High Medieval-era family's pedigree, rank and status within the Middle Ages. This infographic discusses the beginnings of, the development of and the piece that make up the standard medieval coat-of-arms.
As a feature of medieval European Gothic architecture, GARGOYLES and GROTESQUES adorned the famous cathedrals and churches of France, England and other kingdoms of Europe. This infographic explains the difference between the two to students and