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        A Roman’s-Eye View: The Circle of Earth

        This video takes students on a virtual tour of the Roman Empire at its height during the 1st century A.D.. Students learn that Romans were familiar with only three of the seven continents, and that they called the world a “circle of earth” that wrapped around the Mediterranean Sea. Students explore the impact of a geographical feature such as the Mediterranean Sea on Roman trade and war, and by extension, on the development of European history up to modern times.


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