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Ancient Rome
for Kids

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For over 200 years,
Rome was a Kingdom

Quick Comparison: Ancient Greeks, Romans

Geography, Natural Resources, Maps

Timelines

The Etruscans

Romulus & Remus

Gods & Goddesses

Roman Council of 12 Gods

Roman Myths

How the planets got their names

Patricians & Plebeians

Pater Familias, Family

Daily Life in the Country

The Campus

Pantomime, Theatre

Circus Maximus, Chariot Races

Roman Art

Roman Architecture

Roman Mosaics

Roman Numerals

Horatius at the Bridge

Q&A Review - Rome as a Kingdom

 

For about 500 years,
Rome was a Republic

Republic Government

SPQR

Quick Comparison: US Government, Roman Republic

12 Tables

Roman Citizens

Crime and Justice in Ancient Rome

Daily Life

Children

Women

Slaves

Roman Houses

Clothing & Hair Styles

The Forum

Roman Money

The Baths

Kids & School

Occupations

Wedding Customs

Roman Legion

Roman Letters Home, Inscriptions

Roman Roads

Provinces, Expansion

Roman Travel

The Romans in Britain

The Aeneid by Virgil

Hannibal, Punic Wars

Julius Caesar

Cicero

Republic Fails

Q&A Review - Rome as a Republic

For about 500 years,
Rome was an Empire

Roman Emperors

Pax Romana

Improvements

Status of Women Under the Empire

Breakfast

Afternoon, Siestas

Dinner

Entertainment

The Games

Holidays & Festivals

Grand Pantheon

Pompeii

Colosseum

Gladiators

Nero

Spartacus

Religion in Ancient Rome

Rise of Christianity

Two Roman Empires

Barbarians Attack

Rome Falls (Review)

Achievements, Contributions

Overview of Roman government

Q&A Review - Rome as an Empire


Ancient Rome Lesson Plans for Teachers

Rome Interactive Questions and Answers for Test Prep & Review

Ancient Rome Free Online Games

Ancient Rome Clipart

Ancient Roman Gods Clipart

Free Presentations in PowerPoint format

Free Templates in PowerPoint format for Ancient Rome

Ancient Rome Free Video Clips

Ancient Rome, free iPad apps

Ancient Rome Craft Ideas for Kids

Our grateful thanks to Author/Historian Bill Thayer, for answering our many questions about ancient Roman daily life
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