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Education and Ideas

Greece: Cartography

Claudius Ptolemy's map of the world.

Origin: 150 A.D.

Greece invented cartography. Cartography is similar to a map. Cartography is created to help sailors chart courses, trade routes, gives armies a way to plan attacks, record travel, and helps people to find a way around. Cartography is made by many people and revision throughout the years. It is often huge and is very fragile.

NOWADAYS...

Nowadays people have invented new technology that allows them to find routes and navigate them back home with just a touch of a button. It is very portable and people all around the world can use it. There are many applications for this such as Google Maps. Instead of carrying a huge pieces of paper, now people can use their phone to navigate themselves to any place they want.

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Rome: Theatre

Roman Theatre

Origin: 54 A.D.

The first Roman Theatre was built in 54 A.D. 125 theatres were permanently built during the empire. It includes Drama, Comedy, Mime, Pantomime, and Tragedy. The theatre was mostly build from cement. The Roman Theatre was consider an idle entertainment place in ancient rome. But in 75 A.D. it lost popularity even more, because the colosseum where there were gladiator fights and killing. Women were also not allow to act and often play a role of a boy wearing a white mask.

Nowadays...

Nowadays, most of the theatre were built indoors with lighting and sound effects. While the Roman Theatre only had costumes, mask and performed outdoors. Roman theatre doesn't have any music, soundtracks, and often drama and comedy. While theatre nowadays are singing, and dancing.

HERE ARE THE LAYOUT !

1) Scaenae frons 2) Porticus post scaenam 3) Pulpitum 4) Proscaenium `5) Orchestra 6) Cavea 7) Aditus maximus 8) Vomitorium
MATH, Science, and Technology

Rome: Concrete

Picture of Rome's Colosseum

Origin: 150 B.C.

Roman Concrete, also called opus caementicium. It was a material used in construction during the late Roman Republic until the Roman Empire. Roman concrete was made by heating limestone into quicklime, then added water and volcanic ash. Rome had no shortage of volcanic ash to use because since volcanoes lay to north and south of Rome the ash would always be available. So without having concrete, people wouldn't be living in houses and would be poor.

NOWADAYS...

Concrete today is very important because it is a strong element, solidifies and harden quickly. According to http://www.monitor.co.ug/Magazines/HomesandProperty/689858-935478-s7xmmez/index.html concrete is used to make pavements, pipe, architectural structures, foundations, motorways/roads, bridges/overpasses, parking structures, brick/block walls and footings for gates, fences and poles.

Government and Politics

Greece: Democracy

DEMOCRACY!!

Origin: 507 B.C

In 707 B.C. the Athenian leader Cleisthenes introduced a system of political reforms that he called demokratia, or “rule by the people.” Citizens voted directly. Participation was not open to all residents. To vote one had to be an adult, male citizen, neither a resident alien or a slave.

NOWADAYS...

Democracy is still used today and there are still countries that are using democracy. For example, Pakistan, United States, India, Mexico, Germany, etc. This form of government doesn't really work well today because there are 7 billion and counting, people on Earth today! So it would be a very long time to make any decisions or vote.

Athletics

Greece: Olympic

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Origin: 776 B.C.

Olympic Games began over 2,700 years ago in Olympia, in southwest Greece. The Greek Olympics, thought to have begun in 776 BC, inspired the modern Olympic Games which begun in 1896 and men were allow to take part in the Olympics. The Games were held in honour of Zeus, king of the gods. People from all over the Greek world came to watch and take part. The Olympics included Chariot racing, pentathlon, etc.

NOWADAYS...

Nowadays, Female can take part in the Olympics not just men. It is also a lot more fair and less harsh. There are a lot more games in modern Olympics including golf, gymnastic, handball, hockey, sailing, shooting, table tennis, tennis, etc.

THATS ALL!

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