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ROMANCIVILIZATION
Put the events in the right order 753 BC   Foundation of Rome 264 BC First gladiatorial games 64 AD Fire of Rome; first...
BIRTH OF ROMEHOW DID ROME GET ITS NAME ?Rome is the capital city of Italy. Building started in 753 B.C. and the Romans   h...
The story of Romulus and Remus      Romulus and Remus were _______________________.Their wicked uncle wanted to be _______...
     To the Romans their gods were an important part of their    lives and were treated as part of their families. The an...
Who was it? ………… ..was the God of War ………… ...was king of the  Gods …………… was the God of the  underworld …………… the God...
THE ARMY                                 If a soldier was brave,                                 clever and fought well   ...
CENTURIONTASK ONE You are a Centurion in the Roman army. What is your Roman name? Draw a picture of yourself in your un...
Two thousand years ago,Rome was a busy place. It was a crowded, noisy,smoky, dusty city, withbeautiful temples and publicb...
Town Tour In all the lands they conquered, the Romans built towns that they could feel athome in. The Romans liked everyth...
WHAT IS IT?   ………………… like a town square:   It was often the centre of the city where people met    and did business.   ...
Food   There was a great    difference between    the food that poor    Romans ate and the    food that wealthy    Romans...
Match the two parts of sentences   The lower class Romans (plebeians) might have a breakfast of……………………………   The upper c...
Roman Schools   Rome didnt have any public schools. Most children went    to private school or studied at home. Their sub...
Doing Math the Roman Way                                   1.     XIV                                          + VII =Sol...
Roman House              1. How many bedrooms can                 you see?              2. How many dining rooms          ...
Monarchy, 753 BC to 509 BC           Republic, 509 BC to 27 BC Empire, 27 BC to AD 476                             Match t...
ROMAN EMPIRE
Using maps : Roman Britain                                         When working on                              The Romans...
ROMAN BRITAINWhy did the Romanswant to invade Britain?   What did it offer?
USEFUL WEBPAGES   http://www.brims.co.uk/romans/tutorial.html   http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/romans/teachers/index.shtml...
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  1. 1. ROMANCIVILIZATION
  2. 2. Put the events in the right order 753 BC Foundation of Rome 264 BC First gladiatorial games 64 AD Fire of Rome; first persecution of Christians 80 AD Colosseum 49-45 BC Caesar wins civil war against Pompey and republicans 312 BC Appian Way built
  3. 3. BIRTH OF ROMEHOW DID ROME GET ITS NAME ?Rome is the capital city of Italy. Building started in 753 B.C. and the Romans have a story to explain how this happened.Twin boys, Romulus and Remus, were taken from their mother and left by the river Tiber to starve. A mother wolf found the babies and looked after them until they were old enough to take care of themselves.Years later, Mars (the Roman God of war) told the boys to build a city where they had been found. The two boys built this city, but they fought each other. Romulus won the battle and the city became known as Rome. Today, historians and archaeologists agree that people started living in Rome long before the time of Romulus and Remus, but many people still believe in their legend.
  4. 4. The story of Romulus and Remus Romulus and Remus were _______________________.Their wicked uncle wanted to be ___________________.The servants put the twins by the River _____________.A she-___________found the twins. The wolf looked after themat first.Then a ___________took them home and looked after them.When Romulus and Remus grew up they built a_______________ on a hill by the River Tiber. Both twinswanted to be the _______________. They looked into the sky.Remus saw_____________vultures and Romulus saw________________vultures.The people said _________________ should be king. Remussaid the city would never be finished. Romulus was angry andhe ___________________his brother.The city was named ____________________after Romulus.Use these words to help you:Rome killed twins king wolf Tiber man city shepherd twelve Romulus six
  5. 5.  To the Romans their gods were an important part of their lives and were treated as part of their families. The ancient Romans had gods for nearly everything. There were temples all over the Roman Empire. There was a temple in the Forum. Ancient Gods’ Family Tree
  6. 6. Who was it? ………… ..was the God of War ………… ...was king of the Gods …………… was the God of the underworld …………… the God of Love …………… was the Goddess of love and beautyMars - Jupiter - Venus -Cupid - Pluto
  7. 7. THE ARMY If a soldier was brave, clever and fought well he could become a centurion in charge of 80 ordinary soldiers called legionaries. Each troop of about 80 legionaries was called a century. There were 59 centuries in a legion The Roman Army and about 30 legions in the Roman army. was made up of men from allover the Empire, no women were allowed to join.
  8. 8. CENTURIONTASK ONE You are a Centurion in the Roman army. What is your Roman name? Draw a picture of yourself in your uniform.TASK TWO You are serving in a special regiment. Each regiment has its own symbol. Draw your own regiment’s special symbol.
  9. 9. Two thousand years ago,Rome was a busy place. It was a crowded, noisy,smoky, dusty city, withbeautiful temples and publicbuildings.Rich people had gracioushomes, each with anentrance atrium, which wasthe centre of family life. Underline the adjectives
  10. 10. Town Tour In all the lands they conquered, the Romans built towns that they could feel athome in. The Romans liked everything to be organised and orderly. The streetswere laid out in a criss cross pattern. Usually they would have two main streets that divide the town. 1 forum – 2 baths – 3 amphitheatre- 4 basilica – 5 christian church 6 temple – 7 town houses – 8 north gate
  11. 11. WHAT IS IT? ………………… like a town square: It was often the centre of the city where people met and did business. ………………….where the Romans went to pray their gods: Romans believed in many different gods. ………………….were not only places for washing but some people went there to meet friends. ………………….where shows were put on, some of these very cruel. People could watch wild animals fighting each other or attacking people. …………………..in the centre of the town and it was like a town hall. Important government buildings and offices were built inside. …………………..place to worship God. …………………..rich people lived in houses (domus) but poor people lived in blocks of flats (insula) sometimes three or four storeys high. …………………..many towns had walls around them to let people and animals in.Amphitheatre North Gate Christian Church BasilicaTown House Temple Baths Forum
  12. 12. Food There was a great difference between the food that poor Romans ate and the food that wealthy Romans had. Poor people ate very simple food. Rich Romans could afford to buy lots of different food, from all over the Empire.
  13. 13. Match the two parts of sentences The lower class Romans (plebeians) might have a breakfast of…………………………… The upper class Romans (patricians) enjoyed……………………………………………… Slaves cut their food for them,……………………………………………………………… Luncheon was usually a cold meal, eaten…………………………………………………… After lunch, the ancient Romans enjoyed…………………………………………………… Table knives and forks were unknown……………………………………………………… The upper class Romans (patricians)……………………………………………………… Quite often, the mens dinner parties had entertainment…………………………………… … but the Romans had spoons like ours today. … fresh meat, fish, fruits, vegetables, bread, and used honey to sweeten food. … bread, dry or dipped in wine, and water. …as they didnt use forks or knives, but ate with their fingers …at about 11 oclock in the morning …had dinners that were quite elaborate. …a midday rest or siesta. …such as dancing girls or a play, or both. Write full sentences
  14. 14. Roman Schools Rome didnt have any public schools. Most children went to private school or studied at home. Their subjects were reading, writing, and arithmetic. Before the age of fourteen, they studied Latin and Greek, “grammar” school. Most schools had only one room and only one class. There were about twelve pupils. Schoolboys would write on wax tablets with a pointed stick called stylus, they then rubbed the wax smooth and started again. At the end of the school day children loved to play games.
  15. 15. Doing Math the Roman Way  1.     XIV       + VII =Solve the following mathproblems. The only  2.     IXdifference between these       - VII =problems and those you areused to solving is that these  3.     XVIproblems use Roman       - IV =numerals instead of Arabicnumerals.  4.    XXIIWrite your answers as      + XIII =Roman numerals.  5.    XXXVI        - XXX =
  16. 16. Roman House 1. How many bedrooms can you see? 2. How many dining rooms can you see? 3. Where is the entrance hall? 4. Is the garden room next to the entrance hall? 5. Is this house bigger or smaller than yours? 6. Do you think this house was for rich people or for poor ones? 7. Would you like to have a house like this? 8. Why?
  17. 17. Monarchy, 753 BC to 509 BC Republic, 509 BC to 27 BC Empire, 27 BC to AD 476 Match the period to the right picture
  18. 18. ROMAN EMPIRE
  19. 19. Using maps : Roman Britain When working on The Romans in Britain , modern road atlas are the basis for developing an understanding of the pattern of Roman settlement in Britain Romans built their roads, following these rules: -Roads are straight, or nearly so. - Roads radiate out from London. - Roads link up all the towns.
  20. 20. ROMAN BRITAINWhy did the Romanswant to invade Britain? What did it offer?
  21. 21. USEFUL WEBPAGES http://www.brims.co.uk/romans/tutorial.html http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/romans/teachers/index.shtml http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/nettsch/time/empire.html http://www.socialstudiesforkids.com/subjects/ancientrome.htm http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/education/sysm/romans/teachers.shtml http://www.vroma.org/~bmcmanus/house.html http://socialstudies.com/article.html?article@FG215B+af@donn http://ancienthistory.pppst.com/rome.html http://www.internet-at-work.com/hos_mcgrane/rome/eg_rome_menu1.html http://www.coloring.ws/rome.htm http://ancienthistory.mrdonn.org/AncientRome.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_London http://www.britannia.com/history/londonhistory/index.html http://www.primaryresources.co.uk/history/pdfs/9romanws.pdf http://museums.ncl.ac.uk/reticulum/ThisWaySub.htm http://www.primaryhistory.org/ http://www.historyforkids.org/teachers/guides/romeguide.htm http://www.nkjo.net.pl/history/roman_britain.jpg http://www.education-world.com/a_lesson/lesson276.shtml
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