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ГКОУ СО ЕШИ «Эверест» Учебный информационный проект по английскому языку Исто...
The history of England By Pavlov Artyom Teacher: Berlet I. V. Ekaterinburg, 2...
In 55 ВС Britain was invaded by Julius Caesar, а Roman general and governor o...
At that time the city of Rome was about 700 years old, but the Roman empire w...
But Hannibal's defeat left Rome without а serious rival, and by Caesar's time...
Two places more different than imperial Rome and Celtic Britain could hardly...
The Romans, as heirs of the civilization of Ancient Greece, were interested i...
They were not savages, and in some ways Celtic art was superior to Roman, or...
Britain was а mysterious isle to the Romans. But Caesar knew it contained val...
Caesar had another motive - personal glory. Landing on an open beach near Dea...
Next year Caesar came again, this time with а much larger expedition - five l...
But Cassivellaunus failed to stop the attack. Caesar advanced through Kent, c...
The British had been defeated but not conquered, and for nearly а hundred yea...
Between 54 BC and AD 43, the date of the Roman conquest, Lowland Britain pros...
In AD 43 the Romans landed at Richborough, Kent, and advanced steadily north...
The British were still not united, and the main opponent of the Romans, а cle...
Не did his best, and when defeated in central England he retired to south-eas...
Then, as Roman strength built up in the West Country, Caratacus fell back to...
Не was sent in chains to Rome. There, he was triumphantly displayed before th...
The Romans brought their campaign in Wales to а conclusion by conquering the...
The Romans, who were tolerant of most local customs, were determined to destr...
As the Romans looked across the Menai Straits, they saw а hoard of hostile wa...
Grimly, the Romans paddled their boats across the straits, the cavalry swimmi...
At this moment (AD 61) а dramatic revolt broke out on the opposite side of th...
The Roman soldiers in East Anglia were not well led and they behaved stupidl...
Suddenly the country was in flames. Boudicca's people were joined by others,...
А wild army swept down upon Colchester. London and St Albans fеll to the reb...
Meanwhile, the governor hastily gathered his troops and, with 10,000 men, he...
Probably, the Romans could have conquered all of Britain if they had been det...
Julius Agricola - the best of the governors of Britain, came near to completi...
…and in AD 84 he defeated the Caledonians of northern Scotland at the great b...
But soon afterwards the Romans decided to retreat. After some serious setback...
Although Hadrian's Wall was such а vast engineering project, the Romans were...
In 142 а second wall was built farther north. Serious outbreaks continued; t...
In а revolt at the end of the 2nd century all the forts from York northward w...
Eventually, the Romans with drew to Hadrian's Wall, which marked the real fro...
In the third century, Roman Britain was already being attacked by Saxon pirat...
In 367 the Saxons, the Picts and the Scots (aggressive Irish immigrants who w...
Although order was eventually restored, Roman power was waning fast and in 40...
The legions never returned.
Thank for your attention!
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№ слайда 1 ГКОУ СО ЕШИ «Эверест» Учебный информационный проект по английскому языку Исто
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ГКОУ СО ЕШИ «Эверест» Учебный информационный проект по английскому языку История Англии: завоевание Британии римлянами Выполнил: ученик 8 класса Павлов Артём Руководитель: Берлет И. В. Екатеринбург, 2016

№ слайда 2 The history of England By Pavlov Artyom Teacher: Berlet I. V. Ekaterinburg, 2
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The history of England By Pavlov Artyom Teacher: Berlet I. V. Ekaterinburg, 2016 Britain conquered by the Romans

№ слайда 3 In 55 ВС Britain was invaded by Julius Caesar, а Roman general and governor o
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In 55 ВС Britain was invaded by Julius Caesar, а Roman general and governor of Gaul (France), soon to be, in all but name, the first Roman emperor.

№ слайда 4 At that time the city of Rome was about 700 years old, but the Roman empire w
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At that time the city of Rome was about 700 years old, but the Roman empire was much younger. As late as 211 ВС Rome had narrowly escaped destruction by the Carthaginian general, Hannibal.

№ слайда 5 But Hannibal's defeat left Rome without а serious rival, and by Caesar's time
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But Hannibal's defeat left Rome without а serious rival, and by Caesar's time it controlled an empire that stretched from Spain to the Near East.

№ слайда 6 Two places more different than imperial Rome and Celtic Britain could hardly
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Two places more different than imperial Rome and Celtic Britain could hardly have existed. Roman society was urban, with grand public buildings built of marble. Britain was а country of mud huts, with no settlement large enough to be called а town. An upper-class Roman lived in greater comfort than any Britisher before the 15th century. His house even had central heating.

№ слайда 7 The Romans, as heirs of the civilization of Ancient Greece, were interested i
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The Romans, as heirs of the civilization of Ancient Greece, were interested in art, philosophy and history (Caesar himself wrote good military history in simple prose). The British could neither read nor write.

№ слайда 8 They were not savages, and in some ways Celtic art was superior to Roman, or
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They were not savages, and in some ways Celtic art was superior to Roman, or so it seems to us, but the Romans naturally thought of them as hopelessly primitive barbarians. То the Romans - and to many non-Romans too - there was but one worthwhile form of society, and that was their own. The only useful function of other peoples was to contribute to the glory of Rome.

№ слайда 9 Britain was а mysterious isle to the Romans. But Caesar knew it contained val
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Britain was а mysterious isle to the Romans. But Caesar knew it contained valuable minerals, and he knew also that the British were helping their cousins in Gaul against Rome. Не decided on invasion.

№ слайда 10 Caesar had another motive - personal glory. Landing on an open beach near Dea
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Caesar had another motive - personal glory. Landing on an open beach near Deal, the Romans fought their way ashore, beat the assembled British, and accepted tributes from some of the chiefs. But а storm wrecked their ships and they had to scramble back to Gaul.

№ слайда 11 Next year Caesar came again, this time with а much larger expedition - five l
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Next year Caesar came again, this time with а much larger expedition - five legions and 800 ships. The British tribes sank their differences, uniting under the leadership of Cassivellaunus, and it took some time for Caesar to work out а way of dealing with the British chariots. The Romans were not used to this form of warfare, as chariots were obsolete in Gaul.

№ слайда 12 But Cassivellaunus failed to stop the attack. Caesar advanced through Kent, c
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But Cassivellaunus failed to stop the attack. Caesar advanced through Kent, crossed the Thames at London, and marched through the thick forests of Essex towards Colchester. When an attack on the Romans' naval camp failed, the British decided to come to terms. Caesar took hostages and imposed an annual tax. Then he sailed back to Gaul.

№ слайда 13 The British had been defeated but not conquered, and for nearly а hundred yea
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The British had been defeated but not conquered, and for nearly а hundred years afterwards no Roman army appeared in Britain. Caesar's expeditions had shown that Britain would not be conquered easily.

№ слайда 14 Between 54 BC and AD 43, the date of the Roman conquest, Lowland Britain pros
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Between 54 BC and AD 43, the date of the Roman conquest, Lowland Britain prospered. The country enjoyed the benefits of trade with the great Roman Empire without the disadvantages of Roman rule. Roman merchants travelled to Britain, and Roman influence was strong. Britain was 'Romanized' before the Roman conquest.

№ слайда 15 In AD 43 the Romans landed at Richborough, Kent, and advanced steadily north
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In AD 43 the Romans landed at Richborough, Kent, and advanced steadily north and west. They were chiefly interested in the fertile south-east, but they soon found that the minerals they wanted (lead, copper) lау in the mountainous parts. They found, too, that having conquered part of Britain it was hard to draw а line and say: that is where we stop.

№ слайда 16 The British were still not united, and the main opponent of the Romans, а cle
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The British were still not united, and the main opponent of the Romans, а clever king of the Catuvellauni named Caratacus, was unable to create а national coalition.

№ слайда 17 Не did his best, and when defeated in central England he retired to south-eas
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Не did his best, and when defeated in central England he retired to south-east Wales, where the Silures resisted the Romans more fiercely than any other people.

№ слайда 18 Then, as Roman strength built up in the West Country, Caratacus fell back to
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Then, as Roman strength built up in the West Country, Caratacus fell back to Snowdonia, where the Ordovices kept up the struggle. After а hard battle, the Romans captured their stronghold near Caersws, and all of Caratacus's family were taken prisoner. Не fled to Brigantia (northern England), but the queen of the Brigantes favoured Rome and had him arrested.

№ слайда 19 Не was sent in chains to Rome. There, he was triumphantly displayed before th
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Не was sent in chains to Rome. There, he was triumphantly displayed before the people as а symbol of the Roman victory. Caratacus looked in wonder at the rich and powerful city. 'Why', he asked his captors, 'with all these great buildings, do you still want our poor huts?’

№ слайда 20 The Romans brought their campaign in Wales to а conclusion by conquering the
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The Romans brought their campaign in Wales to а conclusion by conquering the Isle of Anglesey, off North Wales. Anglesey was а centre of the cult of the Druids, а class of priests (or witchdoctors) who had great influence among the British and knew that Rome's victory would mean their deaths.

№ слайда 21 The Romans, who were tolerant of most local customs, were determined to destr
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The Romans, who were tolerant of most local customs, were determined to destroy the Druids, as they disliked their ritual of human sacrifice.

№ слайда 22 As the Romans looked across the Menai Straits, they saw а hoard of hostile wa
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As the Romans looked across the Menai Straits, they saw а hoard of hostile warriors, urged on to battle by mad-looking women in black and by the robed figures of the Druids, lifting their bloody hands to heaven to сall down curses on their enemies.

№ слайда 23 Grimly, the Romans paddled their boats across the straits, the cavalry swimmi
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Grimly, the Romans paddled their boats across the straits, the cavalry swimming their horses alongside. They cut their way through the rabble opposing them and slaughtered the Druids among their own altars.

№ слайда 24 At this moment (AD 61) а dramatic revolt broke out on the opposite side of th
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At this moment (AD 61) а dramatic revolt broke out on the opposite side of the country. The king of the Iceni had died, and the Romans refused to recognize his daughters as his successors.

№ слайда 25 The Roman soldiers in East Anglia were not well led and they behaved stupidl
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The Roman soldiers in East Anglia were not well led and they behaved stupidly towards the local people. They swaggered brutally through the country, stealing what they fancied. They raped the king's daughters and gave their mother, Queen Boudicca, а whipping.

№ слайда 26 Suddenly the country was in flames. Boudicca's people were joined by others,
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Suddenly the country was in flames. Boudicca's people were joined by others, including many who had first welcomed the Romans but had since suffered from their greed and pride.

№ слайда 27 А wild army swept down upon Colchester. London and St Albans fеll to the reb
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А wild army swept down upon Colchester. London and St Albans fеll to the rebels, who killed all the Roman colonists.

№ слайда 28 Meanwhile, the governor hastily gathered his troops and, with 10,000 men, he
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Meanwhile, the governor hastily gathered his troops and, with 10,000 men, he met Boudicca in battle north-west of Towcester. The rebels were defeated. Boudicca died soon afterwards, and the revolt fizzled out.

№ слайда 29 Probably, the Romans could have conquered all of Britain if they had been det
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Probably, the Romans could have conquered all of Britain if they had been determined to do so. However, Britain was on the fringe of their empire; it was small, and expensive to govern. Some Romans thought it was not worth the cost.

№ слайда 30 Julius Agricola - the best of the governors of Britain, came near to completi
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Julius Agricola - the best of the governors of Britain, came near to completing the conquest before he was recalled to Rome. Не advanced north across the Forth and the Тау…

№ слайда 31 …and in AD 84 he defeated the Caledonians of northern Scotland at the great b
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…and in AD 84 he defeated the Caledonians of northern Scotland at the great battle of Mons Graupius. Roman historians say that 10,000 Caledonians were killed, and only 360 Romans.

№ слайда 32 But soon afterwards the Romans decided to retreat. After some serious setback
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But soon afterwards the Romans decided to retreat. After some serious setbacks in the north, the Emperor Hadrian marked the frontier with а great wall across Britain. Built in the 120s, the wall was the largest structure in the Roman Empire.

№ слайда 33 Although Hadrian's Wall was such а vast engineering project, the Romans were
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Although Hadrian's Wall was such а vast engineering project, the Romans were never certain that it was in quite the right place.

№ слайда 34 In 142 а second wall was built farther north. Serious outbreaks continued; t
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In 142 а second wall was built farther north. Serious outbreaks continued; the Picts attacked from Scotland and the Brigantes from Yorkshire.

№ слайда 35 In а revolt at the end of the 2nd century all the forts from York northward w
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In а revolt at the end of the 2nd century all the forts from York northward were destroyed.

№ слайда 36 Eventually, the Romans with drew to Hadrian's Wall, which marked the real fro
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Eventually, the Romans with drew to Hadrian's Wall, which marked the real frontier of their power, although Roman patrols ranged far beyond it and Roman peace prevailed in the Scottish Lowlands.

№ слайда 37 In the third century, Roman Britain was already being attacked by Saxon pirat
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In the third century, Roman Britain was already being attacked by Saxon pirates from Germany, and forts had to be built along the 'Saxon Shore'.

№ слайда 38 In 367 the Saxons, the Picts and the Scots (aggressive Irish immigrants who w
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In 367 the Saxons, the Picts and the Scots (aggressive Irish immigrants who were beginning to settle in south-west Scotland) attacked together.

№ слайда 39 Although order was eventually restored, Roman power was waning fast and in 40
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Although order was eventually restored, Roman power was waning fast and in 406 all troops were recalled from Britain to defend Rome from the attacks of the Goths.

№ слайда 40 The legions never returned.
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The legions never returned.

№ слайда 41 Thank for your attention!
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Thank for your attention!

№ слайда 42 http://i.ucrazy.ru/files/i/2008.10.11/1223723324_07.jpg http://www.history-fo
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