Daily Life in Ancient and Modern Rome
Lerner Publications, 1999-01-01 - 64 psl.
Have you ever wondered what daily life was like for people long ago? What did they eat? What games did kids play? What did they wear when it rained? How did they treat a toothache? Cities through Time explores daily life during the key historical periods that most shaped each city's personality. Supports the national curriculum standards Culture; Time, Continuity, and Change; People, Places, and Environments; Individuals, Groups, and Institutions; Power, Authority, and Governance; Production, Distribution, and Consumption; Science Technology and Society; Global Connections; and Civic Ideals and Practices as outlined by the National Council for the Social Studies.
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LATE REPUBLIC AND EARLY EMPIRE 146 B C A D
LATE EMPIRE First to Fourth Centuries A D
MIDDLE AGES Fifth to Fourteenth Centuries
RENAISSANCE Fourteenth to Sixteenth Centuries
The Grand Tour
Ages ancient animals armies artists Augustus authority Basilica baths became begins Books brought buildings built called capital Carnival century Chariot Christians Church Circus citizens city's completed construction convent cooks crowded danger death died early educated emperor empire ended families fields fire flame Forum gave gods grew guilds held Hill Holy household important inset Italy lands later laws leader lived marry Mediterranean million Minneapolis moved Nero nobles officials ordinary organized owners Peter's pilgrims poor pope popular population Press races received religion Renaissance residence returned revolt Rienzo Roman Roman Catholic Roman Republic Rome Rome A.D. Rome's rooms ruins Senate served shrines slaves soldiers sometimes space streets throughout trade traditional troops Vatican visited walls wealthy western women World Worship York young