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Augustus' Political Career and the Beginning of The Empire (screenshots)
Closing out the final century BCE and beginning the first new century of CE, the Roman government underwent significant transformation with respect to voting assemblies, offices held, and the Roman army. Augustus’s political career marks multiple events that shifted the roman republic into the empire it became during his reign., Final Digital Humanities assignment for Roman History (HIST 503), taught by Dr. Elizabeth Pollard. Students worked individually to create a thesis-driven and evidence-based interactive timeline or map detailing a theme in Roman History. Details about the class can be found at the class website (link may not be active): sites.google.com/sdsu.edu/hist503/, Screenshots of the online, interactive TimelineJS. PDF created by Library staff. Long-term persistence and preservation is a challenge in Digital Humanities. DH projects regularly become inoperable or inactive. This project link may no longer be active: cdn.knightlab.com/libs/timeline3/latest/embed/index.html?source=1Dii8P1EMraa9b8Hu6_nw84nu1oUonRDwBIdAvckEg-I&font=Default&lang=en&initial_zoom=2&height=650
Augustus' Political Career and the Beginning of The Empire (video demo)
Closing out the final century BCE and beginning the first new century of CE, the Roman government underwent significant transformation with respect to voting assemblies, offices held, and the Roman army. Augustus’s political career marks multiple events that shifted the roman republic into the empire it became during his reign., Final Digital Humanities assignment for Roman History (HIST 503), taught by Dr. Elizabeth Pollard. Students worked individually to create a thesis-driven and evidence-based interactive timeline or map detailing a theme in Roman History. Details about the class can be found at the class website (link may not be active): sites.google.com/sdsu.edu/hist503/, HIST 503, Video walkthrough of online, interactive TimelineJS. Long-term persistence and preservation is a challenge in Digital Humanities. DH projects regularly become inoperable or inactive. This project link may no longer be active: cdn.knightlab.com/libs/timeline3/latest/embed/index.html?source=1Dii8P1EMraa9b8Hu6_nw84nu1oUonRDwBIdAvckEg-I&font=Default&lang=en&initial_zoom=2&height=650
Augustus' Political Career and the Beginning of the Empire
Closing out the final century BCE and beginning the first new century of CE, the Roman government underwent significant transformation with respect to voting assemblies, offices held, and the Roman army. Augustus’s political career marks multiple events that shifted the roman republic into the empire it became during his reign., San Diego State University
Augustus' Political Career and the Beginning of the Empire (data file)
Closing out the final century BCE and beginning the first new century of CE, the Roman government underwent significant transformation with respect to voting assemblies, offices held, and the Roman army. Augustus’s political career marks multiple events that shifted the roman republic into the empire it became during his reign., Final Digital Humanities assignment for Roman History (HIST 503), taught by Dr. Elizabeth Pollard. Students worked individually to create a thesis-driven and evidence-based interactive timeline or map detailing a theme in Roman History. Details about the class can be found at the class website (link may not be active): sites.google.com/sdsu.edu/hist503/, Data file for interactive, online TimelineJS submitted as a requirement for the successful completion of History 503. Long-term persistence and preservation is a challenge in Digital Humanities. DH projects regularly become inoperable or inactive. This project link may no longer be active: cdn.knightlab.com/libs/timeline3/latest/embed/index.html?source=1Dii8P1EMraa9b8Hu6_nw84nu1oUonRDwBIdAvckEg-I&font=Default&lang=en&initial_zoom=2&height=650
Augustus' reforms of the Senate, Military, and Public Law
Could one man change the entire path of the Roman Republic? End the brutal years of civil war? Bring peace and stability to Rome for hundreds of years? At what cost? Gaius Octavius Caesar Augustus achieved and maintained great power and transitioned Rome from a dying Republic to a lasting Empire. It is evident in this timeline that Augustus laid the foundation for future emperors by reforming many constitutional laws, that of the senate, the military and public law in a quick and effective manner., San Diego State University
Augustus' reforms of the Senate, Military, and Public Law (data file)
Could one man change the entire path of the Roman Republic? End the brutal years of civil war? Bring peace and stability to Rome for hundreds of years? At what cost? Gaius Octavius Caesar Augustus achieved and maintained great power and transitioned Rome from a dying Republic to a lasting Empire. It is evident in this timeline that Augustus laid the foundation for future emperors by reforming many constitutional laws, that of the senate, the military and public law in a quick and effective manner., Final Digital Humanities assignment for Roman History (HIST 503), taught by Dr. Elizabeth Pollard. Students worked individually to create a thesis-driven and evidence-based interactive timeline or map detailing a theme in Roman History. Details about the class can be found at the class website (link may not be active): sites.google.com/sdsu.edu/hist503/, HIST 503, Data file for interactive, online TimelineJS submitted as a requirement for the successful completion of History 503. Long-term persistence and preservation is a challenge in Digital Humanities. DH projects regularly become inoperable or inactive. This project link may no longer be active: cdn.knightlab.com/libs/timeline3/latest/embed/index.html?source=1T1fv0GzPnYvx4gD--xK9QSs4cP7LPrHZhXjKgRrdP7s&font=Lustria-Lato&lang=en&timenav_position=top&hash_bookmark=true&initial_zoom=2&height=650
Augustus' reforms of the Senate, Military, and Public Law (screenshots)
Could one man change the entire path of the Roman Republic? End the brutal years of civil war? Bring peace and stability to Rome for hundreds of years? At what cost? Gaius Octavius Caesar Augustus achieved and maintained great power and transitioned Rome from a dying Republic to a lasting Empire. It is evident in this timeline that Augustus laid the foundation for future emperors by reforming many constitutional laws, that of the senate, the military and public law in a quick and effective manner., Final Digital Humanities assignment for Roman History (HIST 503), taught by Dr. Elizabeth Pollard. Students worked individually to create a thesis-driven and evidence-based interactive timeline or map detailing a theme in Roman History. Details about the class can be found at the class website (link may not be active): sites.google.com/sdsu.edu/hist503/, Screenshots of the online, interactive TimelineJS. PDF created by Library staff. Long-term persistence and preservation is a challenge in Digital Humanities. DH projects regularly become inoperable or inactive. This project link may no longer be active: cdn.knightlab.com/libs/timeline3/latest/embed/index.html?source=1T1fv0GzPnYvx4gD--xK9QSs4cP7LPrHZhXjKgRrdP7s&font=Lustria-Lato&lang=en&timenav_position=top&hash_bookmark=true&initial_zoom=2&height=650
Bellum Civilis: Mortem Reipublicae
In the years 49-45 BCE Rome plunged into a bloody civil war. Often referred to as Caesar’s Civil War, the conflict would ultimately decide the fate of the two remaining members of the original triumvirate: Gaius Julius Caesar and Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus., Final Digital Humanities assignment for Roman History (HIST 503), taught by Dr. Elizabeth Pollard. Students worked individually to create a thesis-driven and evidence-based interactive timeline or map detailing a theme in Roman History. Details about the class can be found at the class website (link may not be active): sites.google.com/sdsu.edu/hist503/, San Diego State University
Bellum Civilis: Mortem Reipublicae (data file)
In the years 49-45 BCE Rome plunged into a bloody civil war. Often referred to as Caesar’s Civil War, the conflict would ultimately decide the fate of the two remaining members of the original triumvirate: Gaius Julius Caesar and Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus., Data file for interactive, online StoryMapJS submitted as a requirement for the successful completion of History 503. Long-term persistence and preservation is a challenge in Digital Humanities. DH projects regularly become inoperable or inactive. This project link may no longer be active: uploads.knightlab.com/storymapjs/95ece072ea96e6b895f376872d1e4d34/caesar-civil-wae/index.html, HIST 503, Final Digital Humanities assignment for Roman History (HIST 503), taught by Dr. Elizabeth Pollard. Students worked individually to create a thesis-driven and evidence-based interactive timeline or map detailing a theme in Roman History. Details about the class can be found at the class website (link may not be active): sites.google.com/sdsu.edu/hist503/
Bellum Civilis: Mortem Reipublicae (screenshots)
In the years 49-45 BCE Rome plunged into a bloody civil war. Often referred to as Caesar’s Civil War, the conflict would ultimately decide the fate of the two remaining members of the original triumvirate: Gaius Julius Caesar and Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus., Final Digital Humanities assignment for Roman History (HIST 503), taught by Dr. Elizabeth Pollard. Students worked individually to create a thesis-driven and evidence-based interactive timeline or map detailing a theme in Roman History. Details about the class can be found at the class website (link may not be active): sites.google.com/sdsu.edu/hist503/, Screenshots of the online, interactive StoryMapJS. PDF created by Library staff. Long-term persistence and preservation is a challenge in Digital Humanities. DH projects regularly become inoperable or inactive. This project link may no longer be active: uploads.knightlab.com/storymapjs/95ece072ea96e6b895f376872d1e4d34/caesar-civil-wae/index.html, HIST 503
Bellum Civilis: Mortem Reipublicae (video demo)
In the years 49-45 BCE Rome plunged into a bloody civil war. Often referred to as Caesar’s Civil War, the conflict would ultimately decide the fate of the two remaining members of the original triumvirate: Gaius Julius Caesar and Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus., Final Digital Humanities assignment for Roman History (HIST 503), taught by Dr. Elizabeth Pollard. Students worked individually to create a thesis-driven and evidence-based interactive timeline or map detailing a theme in Roman History. Details about the class can be found at the class website (link may not be active): sites.google.com/sdsu.edu/hist503/, Video walkthrough of online, interactive StoryMapJS. Long-term persistence and preservation is a challenge in Digital Humanities. DH projects regularly become inoperable or inactive. This project link may no longer be active: uploads.knightlab.com/storymapjs/95ece072ea96e6b895f376872d1e4d34/caesar-civil-wae/index.html, HIST 503
Caesar's Civil War 49-44 BC
This StoryMap, which showcases Caesar’s significant battles during the Civil War, is best shown in a spatial format because the real lack of strategy can be seen. The StoryMap presentation of the Civil War he fought from 49 to 44 BC reveals that even though Caesar knew how to succeed strategically in war, he chose to respond tactically to each battle., San Diego State University

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