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Treballs durant Ancient Rome
Transcript of Treballs durant Ancient Rome
b) Is it in the seaside or in the countryside?
c) When was this villa built?
d) How many baths did it have?
e) How long was the villa inhabited for? Are pictures number 9 to 14 primary or secondary sources?
a. Tarraco’s theatre is a
f. Do IT BY: -Alex Dominguez
-Oriol Robles 4. ‘Name’ in Latin.
5. The language that Romans spoke.
6. A writing material used for important documents. It was also used by Egyptians.
7. The name of the family branch in Rome,
8. Property or land owned by the paterfamilias. 1. The male head of a family (it could be the grand-father, the father or the uncle) in Ancient Rome.
2. A roll of papyrus or animal skin used to write in the past, for instance in Ancient Rome. It is not a book.
3. A very useful tool to write on wax tablets. Brainstorming 4.
1.Rich people had a farmhouse called a...
2. Houses in the countryside were called...
3. Houses in the countryside near the city were called...
MOTIVATION TASK: Brainstorming A B C Brainstorm
Roman gods and goddesses
L_____________________________ Contents I. An empire to rule
II. Romans built the first roads III. Rich and poor
IV. Family and school V. Town and country
VI. Roman farming
VII. Bread and circuses
VIII. Roman gods and goddesses IX. Art and mosaics
X. Roman Spain M_______________
Z_________________ Brain training Match the words on the left with the clues on the right
1. MARRIAGE __
2. DOWRY __
3. GROOM __
4. PATER FAMILIAS __
5. HOUSEHOLD __
6. HUSBAND __
7. WEDDING __
8. RING __ CLUES
a) A male head of a family or household.
b) The occupants of a house regarded as a unit.
c) Property or money brought by a bride to her husband.
d) A married man especially in relation to his wife.
e) A man on his wedding day (antonym bridesmaid)
f) The legal union of a man and a woman.
g) A circular ornament worn on a finger.
h) A marriage ceremony and party. 3. The Roman soldier. Fill in the gaps with the words in the word bank.
The Roman soldier dressed in a helmet, armour, leg and arm protectors, a belt, a tunic, and a pair of shoes.
The Roman helmet was made of ____________ (1). The helmet was bowl-shaped with a neck guard or protector. The inside was lined with leather to protect the soldier's head. The helmet also had cheek guards to protect the face. Many helmets had fittings for _____________ (2).
The Roman soldier’s armour was made from iron. The shoulders were reinforced with metal. Rings ran horizontally around the body. These rings were wired together then sewed to leather backing. Leg and arm guards were used which chiefly consisted of iron plates sewn to leather.
The soldier's tunic was probably ____________ (3) although not all historians agree about this. Tunics were usually made from _______________ (4) in summer and ___________ (5) in winter. The tunic was worn above the knee.
Only soldiers and slaves were allowed to show their _________ (6). Around the waist the soldier wore a _______________ (7). The belt helped to protect the groin. Sometimes two belts were worn, one for the sword and one for the dagger.
The shoes looked more like ______________ (8); they were laced up the front. The upper part consisted of one piece of leather cut into many narrow strips and the top was attached to a sole. The sole had a nail design.
legs metal red wool linen belt sandals centurions
1. The story of Romulus and Remus is true. True False
2. Romulus and Remus were both boys. True False
3. Romulus and Remus were found by a cat. True False
4. They both agreed on where to build the town. True False
5. Remus killed Romulus True False
6. The town was named after Romulus True False
13. sraj Across:
1. The dining room in a Roman house. 2. The name of the kitchen (the other way round). 3. The name for toilet in Roman times. 4. The shop in the front of a house (write it backwards). 5. The hall of a Roman house. 6. A pool to gather rain water inside a house (backwards). 7. The name of the one storey building where wealthy families lived. 8. Bedroom in the Roman period (backwards). 9. The open area in the back part of a house. Down:
1. The name of the last room in a house. 2. The name of a house and farmland outside town. 3. The room where the owner of a domus worked. 4. The central court of a Roman house. 5. A block of apartments in a Roman city. 6. Backwards, the name of a square opening in the middle of he atrium. 5. Finish the sentences about a Roman villa 1. True or false? (Correct the wrong answers) Farming word scramble. Unscramble the words in the chart
WORD Questions Complete the verbs in the chart Write true sentences 6. Name two functions of a villa.
b. 7. List 3 rooms in a villa that you would not find in a domus.