Follow requirements to write 6pages(1500words) term paper for a history class.

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Follow requirements to write 6pages(1500words) term paper for a history class.


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Follow requirements to write 6pages(1500words) term paper for a history class.
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Page 1 of 2 SLO Exercise for History 1 and History 5 Chaffey College is required by the state of California to measure Student Learning Outcomes. The purpose of this assignment is to measure one of these for this particular semester: “students will appraise the factors that shape history by explaining cause and effect (significance) of historical events in ancient world history.” The assignment is take a historical event from the period anywhere between the rise of Macedon under King Philip II to the Fall of the Roman Empire in AD 476, a period of close to 800 years, then briefly discuss AT LEAST four important events that happened because of the first event. In the process, you must show the link or links between an earlier event and a later one. These brief discussions MUST take the form of separate numbered paragraphs, one for each event. Here is an example from Modern History that I inflict on my History 6 students (the actual event in each case is in bold print): 1. 2. 3. 4. In 1741, Frederick II of Prussia (the future Frederick the Great) invaded and seized the rich province of Silesia from the Austrian Empress Maria Theresa. This ignited the War of the Austrian Succession; when this ended in 1748, Frederick retained Silesia under the peace treaty. Still smarting from the loss of Silesia, Maria Theresa staged a so-called diplomatic revolution and transformed France from inveterate enemy into an ally; the Austrian empress also signed alliances with Russia and other neighbors of Prussia. These ganged up on Prussia, which in 1756 started the conflict known in Europe as the Seven Years’ War and in America as the French and Indian War. Prussia’s sole important ally was Great Britain, and much of the fighting was actually done between Britain and France. Britain emerged as the big winner when the war ended in 1763. Britain’s victory in that war came at a very steep financial price; to help pay for the war, the British imposed new and heavier taxes on the hitherto very lightly taxed British colonists in America without their consent; this led to increasing strains that eventually unleashed the American Revolution or War of American Independence. The Americans won their independence partially due to the military and financial assistance of France. France, though officially on the winning side of the War of American Independence, actually got very little tangible benefit from that war. What it got instead were massive debts that were piled upon what was already a mountain of debt that France could not repay without major reforms. France’s attempt to reform itself produced strains that, along with other factors, culminated in the French Revolution. My next point could be an event resulting from the French Revolution (the rise of Napoleon, for example), or from American Independence (the U.S. Constitution, western expansion, whatever) or even Britain’s response to the loss of its American colonies (expanding British control in India). So what I want you to do is take an ancient history event and tell me what other events streamed from that event. To help you, here is a list of events that you can use as either your first event or as a subsequent event that arose in part from your first event (NOTE: you do NOT need to use any of these): Page 2 of 2 Rise of Macedon under Philip II The Death of Alexander the Great The expulsion of kings from Rome and establishment of the Roman Republic The war between Rome and Pyrrhus of Epirus The First Punic War Tribuneship of Tiberius Gracchus The rise of the “private armies” of Marius, Sulla and others The rise of the “First Triumvirate” Julius Caesar crosses the Rubicon The Assassination of Julius Caesar Octavian’s defeat of Mark Antony and Cleopatra The Battle of the Teutoburg Forest Saul of Tarsus becomes Paul the Christian “Apostle to the Gentiles” The Year of the Four Emperors The murder of the emperor Pertinax The murder of the emperor Severus Alexander The reforms of Diocletian Constantine’s victory over Maxentius at the Milvian Bridge in 312 The Battle of Adrianople in 376 The sack of Rome by Alaric in 410 Attila becomes king of the Huns The Fall of the Roman Empire in the West 70 Points Possible. Minimum length: long enough to get the job done—say, about a page and a half at least; the more detailed each paragraph is the better; the less obvious the next link in the chain is, the better. Example: First Punic War leads to Second Punic War which leads to not just the Third Punic War, but also to Rome’s desire to punish Philip V of Macedon for allying himself with Hannibal, and so on from there.

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Running Head: CIVILIZATION

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Civilization
Name of Student
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CIVILIZATION

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INTRODUCTION TO CIVILIZATION
In history, many events took place that led to the building up of the present day that
we are in. As a result, it is almost impossible to understand the current place that we are it
politics, industrialization, and agriculture without revisiting the past. Industrialization, for
example, is the development of industries in a region or within a country. In England,
industrialization began with very small factories of about ten persons operating it. People left
being employed their other jobs which provided for their needs at that time and instead came
to work in the factories which in their terms considered to be paying better. Many of the
people who left were those from agricultural parts of the country. England success in
industrialization was a little bit faster considering her natural conditions. Hence it is better to
talk about civilization from the period of the Roman Republic to the Roman Empire.
Therefore, it is good to start by defining civilization. It refers to the advancement of
organizations, development, and humans to a certain stage of life. Hence this is how
civilization was in ancient Rome. (Auguet, R. 2012).
CIVILIZATION IN ROMAN REPUBLIC TO THE ROMAN EMPIRE
1 In 509 BC, the Roman Monarchy is overthrown by a political revolution which led
to the expulsion of Rome's last king Lucius Tarquinius Superbus. Tarquinius had no authority
for Rome to be under his rule since he ascended the throne having killed Servius Tullius, his
predecessor. Tarquinius inflicted fear in the way of his ruling. The revolt was carried out by
Brutus together with Collatinus and Lucretia's father who had promised to avenge Lucretia's
death. Lucretia killed herself after being raped by Sextus, Tarquinius' son. This finally led to
the establishment of the Roman ...

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