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Roman's food and clothing. Society and economy.
Transcript of Roman's food and clothing. Society and economy.
Roman clothing varied depending on social status. Only citizens wore a toga virilis. This large, semicircular piece of wool was worn over a linen tunic. The plebs wore a short tunic.
Freeborn boys wore a white toga praetexta with a purple border. Married women wore a long dress called a stola. The stola was tied at the waist with a belt and was covered with a shawl,called a palla, when in public. Romans usually wore sandals.
There were more Hispano-Romans than Visigoths but Visigoths were stronger. They rule most of the Peninsula and made the peasants work as slaves.
Carmen Pomares, Silvia Correas and Gloria Merenciano
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We found the information from our History book.
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We also made models of the Roman's food.
Society and economy
Roman's food and clothing
Society and economy
·A Roman breakfast was made up of bread, dates, cheese and olives.
·Lunch included bread, cold meats, fruit and wine.
·Families ate dinner together.
·In wealthy families, dinners were very elaborates, with starers, side dishes, roasts, dessert and wine.
·Dinners for common people were less varied, with cereals, pork fat, vegetables and pulses.
·The Romans ate with their hands and used pieces of bread instead of cutlery.
Visigoth society had a subsistence economy based on agriculture. Trade and artisan work decreased substantially under the Visigoths.
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