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    • By Sarah
    • BATHS KITCHEN Every town has it’s own Poor Romans had no bath. It was a size of a separated kitchen. Instead swimming pool. The they cooked in a little fire in Romans loved washing their rooms or the outside of themselves in a private the apartment. place by themselves. The Rich people had a large bathing place had a separated kitchen. Their corner of slaves cook for the owner’s games, restaurants ,libraries dinner. and even snack corners.
    •  Only men could be in the Roman Army. No women. Every Roman soldier was a Roman citizen. He had to be at least 20 years old. He was not supposed to get married while he was a soldier. Most soldiers in the Roman Empire came from countries outside Italy. There were Roman soldiers from Africa, France, Germany, the Balkans, Spain and the Middle East.
    •  Men wore a Chilton, either sleeveless or short-sleeved. Important Romans dressed in a long robe called a Toga. Women wore a longer tunic which was often ankle-length. Boys wore a tunic down to their knees and a cloak if it was cold. Rich boys wore a toga which had a purple border. Girls wore a tunic with a woolen belt tied around their waists.
    • JupiterKing of the Gods.God of the skyWeapon: Thunderbolt (thunder and lightning).Son of UranusFather of Jupiter, Neptune and PlutoHusband of Juno, who looked after women.
    • Neptune God of the Sea and also earthquakes Holds: a trident, which had three prongs. Son of Saturn Brother of Jupiter and Pluto Greek name: Poseidon
    • Mars God of War (pictured right) Father of Romulus and Remus Soldiers believed that Mars decidedwho won, who lost and w ho died in battle. They prayed to himto ask him to keep them safe from harmand to allow them to win in battle.v
    • Venus Goddess of love and beauty Mother of Cupid Cupid God of Love Weapon: bow. Anyone hit by one of his arrows fell madly in love.
    • Saturn God of Time Son of Uranus Father of Jupiter, Neptune and Pluto Greek name: Cronos Mercury: Messenger of the God, Minerva