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Daily Life

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Lindsey Bowers

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Transcript of Daily Life

Daily Life of the Romans
Including Family, School, Food, and Clothing
Schools
By: Anna Dexter

Schooling
Schooling
Food
Clothing
Clothing
Family
Shoes:
-Both men and women wore open toed sandals
-The sandals were made from leather and hide
-Many men and women wore lots of gold rings
-Jewelry was made from gold, silver, bronze, and iron

Family
Wooden boards with pointy sticks
Slaves made the books they used
First school at age 7
Reading. writing, and math
Secondary school at age 11-12
History,geometry, astronomy, and math
Clothing on a regular basis:
-Men wore either tunics, trousers, or leggings
-Children would ware what their parents wore
-Women would ware a tunic and would have a stole on top
-Women would also ware a cloth draped over their shoulder called a palla


-A common lunch would be around noon.
-For lunch they might have cooked meat, salad, cheese, vegetables and bread for lunch

-Children played with dolls, carts and hobby horses
-Fathers had total control over the family
-Father had the power over life and death of the family
- Women stayed at home and did the house work
-Children could be sold into slavery


-There main food for breakfast are pottage, bread, and fruit.
- Romans normally ate breakfast at a later time.


Lunch
Breakfast
Hair Styles:
-In earlier periods men had long curly hair and beards but then the style was to have a short hair and a clean face
-Women wore their hair pinned up or braided
-Women thought having a pale complexion was beautiful so they would chalk their face
-Women would use crushed berries to make them have rosy cheeks.

My Sources

http://www.carlos.emory.edu/ODYSSEY/index.html

http://www.historyonthenet.com/Romans/romansmain.htm

Ancient civilization Book

http://www.pbs.org/empires/romans/empire/weddings.html

Books:
Roman Life-Book
Romans-Book

Dinner
Family
By:Marley Sharpe
Schools
By:Anna Dexter
Family
By:Marley Sharpe
Schooling
Teachers hit students with a stick
Hated school
Scared of teacher
Slaves took boys to school
Wealthy went to Athens, Greece
Philosophers
Law school
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There dinner would start around four and go into the night
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There main course might be fish or meat.
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With there meat they might also have vegetables.
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There dessert might be a cake with honey to sweeten it or they would have cheese

Fun facts
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The Romans could buy olives, eggs, wine, sausage, and bread in the town
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If Romans were rich they could eat lamb, pork, sheep, chicken, and fish
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If you were poor you ate lots of fruits and vegetables
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The Romans ate there food with there fingers
Written
By
School
By: Anna Dexter

Family
By: Marley sharpe

Clothing
By:Lindsey Bowers

Food
By: Sam Sautibine



School
By: Anna Dexter

Family
By: Marley Sharpe

Clothing
By:Lindsey Bowers

Food
By: Sam Sautibine




Family


-They used oil instead of soap when they bathed
-Father led daily family prayers
-Apartment buildings could collapse and catch on fire
daily family prayers
-Children married early
-parents told them who they would marry
-Family life was carved on tombs
Family
Schooling
Children were home schooled
Parents taught them
Teacher came to their house
Slave served as a teacher
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