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ROMAN EMPIRE

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Location
Daily Life
The city was filled with temples, stately palaces, and beautiful flowering gardens, but some people lived in little tiny apartments. In Rome the fathers word was the law of the house hold. Wealthy Roman woman spent a lot of money on perfumes, jeweled weapons, and musical instruments. This is all connected to geography because what they did for entertainment really depends on they're landscape.
Food
Ancient Rome

It was a civilization that kept on going on wars in order to take over the other cities.
For example:
Spain
Gaul
Britain
Etruria
Greece
Asia Minor
Assyria
Judea
Egypt
Pictures
Introduction
Conclusion
Table of Contents:
1.Location
2.Food
3.Daily Life
4.Landmarks
5.Conclusion
6.Bibliography
7.Thanks
The rich and the poor ate many different things.
Breakfast : stale bread fo and porridge
For lunch: cheese, stale bread, olives and
For dinner: chunks of fish and asparagus.
Bibliography for The Triple R's pictures
Bibliography
Porridge
Snails dipped in milk
Salted Jellyfish
In conclusion, we learned many great things that caught our attention.
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The Pantheon
The Colluseum
Piazza Navona
By: Adrienne, Brianna, Sarai and Maren
The Roman Forum
Castle Saint Angelo
Thanks For Watching!
Climate
It is mild in winter and it is dry during the summer.
In January it is the coldest in Rome. Snowfall is very rare in Rome. Rain fall happens anytime of the year.
THE END
Italy is a rocky mountainous place 600 miles long 150 miles wide.
The Apennine mountains form its backbone and stretch from north to south along with the Tiber River going through the mountains in Central Italy. With the northern border the Alps serve as a natural boundary. The three major bodies of water surrounding Italy are the Adriatic Sea, the Ionian Sea, and the Mediterranean Sea.

They mostly grew olives and grapes because they grew well in rocky soil and warm climate. Grapes were made into wine. Olives were grown to be eaten and processed into oil.
They kept pigs, cows, goats and sheep on ranches because the geography and climate were good for grazing animals.
Their cows and sheep gave them milk and meat.
They hunted wild boar and deer in the forests even though it was dangerous.
Because they lived around so much water, they fished.
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