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Pompeii And Mount Vesuvius
Transcript of Pompeii And Mount Vesuvius
Common citizens wore togas, while young boys wore tunics. Jobs For a living, citizens of Pompeii traded crops, slaves, wine, oil and bread. Social Classes Religious Beliefs In Pompeii, there were many deities worshiped. Each house and family made sacrifices to the gods they worshiped. Gods were centered around nature and the elements. Glass Jug- used for drinking and carrying water Mosaic-large paintings that depicted daily life Diets And Clothing The social classes are slaves; artisans, or skilled workers; merchants; and landowners. Wealthy landowners dominated the society in Pompeii. Bakery-a stone building, where bread and other foods were baked Gold Snake Armband-expensive jewelry, wealthy citizens would wear to special occasions Gold and Mother-of-pearl Necklace- expensive jewelry for wealthy citizens Gold Oil Lamp- Lamp for the wealthy used for lighting the .house This is a house where wealthy citizens of Rome would come for vacation. This amphitheater was used for meetings and other large events in Pompeii. This seaside stone building was a house for the middle class citizens of Pompeii. These brick buildings were stores on the streets of Pompeii. These small brick buildings were more stores in Pompeii. This round building with pillars is a temple to one of the gods of Pompeii. These small stone buildings with connected rooms were houses that were shared by the poor citizens of Pompeii.