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Transcript of Ancient Rome
only male citizens of Rome were allowed to wear togas.
a toga made of colored wool that was worn after someone had died.
both men and women wore a simple loincloth called a subligaculum under their clothes.
the Romans wore open-toed sandals.
woman's street shoes were like men but made of finer and softer leather. Ancient Rome
Family life and Work Geography Location and Climate Religion Food Trading for breakfast the Romans eat porridge, bread and soup for lunch they just had vegetables it was like a snack. the wealthy people eat a three course meal. The first appetizer is fish, eggs, shellfish and raw vegetables
the poor Romans meal consisted of porridge or bread with meat and vegetables dinner was the best meal they had they get to eat vegetables, bread, soup and porridge This is a picture
of the Roman map
(google.com) in poor families, girls and boys had to work, helping their parents.
women were expected to run the home, cook meals, and raise children.
many girls were married at the age of 14.
marriages were often arranged between families.
girls didn't go to school often they had tutors come to there homes to teach.
boys went to school but the didn't learn much. Government: most Senators were from families whose fathers and grandfathers were in the senate
the Senate was made up of men from wealthy families
another important role in The Government where the Prefects in Rome, whose job was to run the city
some heard court cases, some ran the vegetable markets or the meat market or port. Rome is located in the country of Italy on the continent of Europe. Rome was located next to the Mediterranean Sea
The city of Ancient Rome was near a river and built on many hills. Introduction Ancient Rome is one of oldest civilizations. Ancient Rome had many interesting and special architectures like the Colosseum.
Rome was started in 753 BC. People are not entirely sure,But people were sure it started somewhere between 600 - 760 B.C. It was built by Romulus. Although, after a while, the barbarians (rebels of the Roman Empire) had taken over half the Empire. So the Emperor went back, and tried to hold everything together. But it didn't last long. Eventually, the Empire died around 200 A.D. they traded food , cloth like silk road Inventions This is the Roman's daily meal. the made the Colosseum for playing sports and doing comedy. they had many gods they worshiped
did you know that some of the names of the gods are the name of the These are all the gods in Rome they worshiped. Check out this video of the story of Remus and Romulus. This is a catapult it was used to fire at there enemies at war. This is a picture of the inside of the government ’s office gladiators were banned in the fifth century how are planets and gods related?
what were the names of the gods? By:Prabhdep, Sarah and Mehak planets are related to the Roman gods because Social Structure Colosseum Map of silk road silk road traveled a lot of land Art and Architecture the planets are named after the gods This is the Roman colosseum. This is one of the roman mosaics. These are Roman sandals. the Romans became slaves because they were captured in the Roman army and they were brought back to the Roman Empire Slaves: there were unskilled slaves who worked on farms and in mines and at mills
the second course was the main meal consisted of cooked vegetables and meats. The final course was dessert that consisted on fruits and or sweet pastries Some Romans liked to eat snails fattened on milk, peacocks' brains and flamingos' tongues.
. Fun Facts http://wiki.answers.com/Q/When_did_Ancient_Rome_start_and_end Bibliography http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primaryhistory/romans http://ablemedia.com/ctcweb/showcase/boardgames1.html http://www.unrv.com/culture/ancient-roman-clothing.php http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/roman_houses.htm http://primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/romans/clothes.htm http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/ancient_rome_and_religion.htm Fun and Games www.youtube.com www.google.com Slaves in Ancient Rome made up to 40% of the population. Ancient Rome's biggest Colosseum, The Circus Maximus had seating for 250,000 Romans.
Roman children had seesaws, swings, kites, hoops and toy houses to play with.
they also played board games like checkers
the girls had wooden dolls to play with wooden dolls
the two games that the Romans liked to watch the most were chariot racing and gladiator fights.
chariot races were the most popular of all Hadrian's Wall was begun in 122 AD at the orders of The Emperor Hadrian who visited Britain and decided there was a need for the wall. Hadrian was born on January 24, 76 A.D. Hadrian's Wall, when finished was eighty miles long, six metres high, three metres wide and built of stone, and turf. children fun and games Glossary turf: port: means when a ship or a boat is parked. Gladiators in Ancient Rome fought to the death at times. The Ancient City of Rome began as a small village around 753 B. C. gladiators: Here are some things that Roman invented:
concrete silk road: Roman numerals: Stola: Palla: Cena: Empire: A man trained to fight with weapons against other men or wild animals in an arena. a route between the china and the Mediterranean Sea. So people could trade with others. a symbol or a sign that represents a number. a long, loose tunic or robe, with or without sleeves, worn by women of ancient Rome. a voluminous square of cloth draped around the body as a mantle or wrap, worn by women of ancient Rome. In ancient Roman culture, cena was the main meal of the day An extensive group of states or countries under a single supreme authority, formerly esp. an emperor or empress.
Grass and the surface layer of earth held together by its roots. they traded with people in the silk road
they traded with other civilizations like Ancient China
they didn't go far because they had not discovered North America