Ancient Rome

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  • Ancient Rome is a small city that is developed and a peaceful village which began to expand its country in the 300s B.C. and by 275 B.C. It was rule much by Italy. It was the kings and government who controlled the city Rome. They use Latin as their main language in Rome.
  • Houses would be build out of wood concrete or clay to make it strong and safe to liveWalls would be constructed by layers of bricks and stone. Flat tiles are used for covering roofs.Mosaics are decorated on the floor or walls.Paintings would be hang on walls.
  • Concrete was invented in Rome and used in Rome a lot.Concrete was mixed with rocks and sand which when after the concrete dried it would be very hard and strong. Aqueducts were build to bring water to the city. Iron was used to make sculptures or portrait art works.
  • People would go see the gladiators fightin the collosuem.Shows would be perform to the community with free bread to give out.Horse Racing was a main Entertainment which made people bet money to each other and made more fun to the community.Public Baths were for the roman people to have a shower and a relaxing day.
  • Collosuem would have hold games and celebrations for the community to watch or to join in the celebration.Roads would make the transporting more easier and made the country look more developed.Temples would have people to come in to respect the gods in Rome that they believed in.Water lines would bring water supplies to the cities and for the community to use and drink. Towers would be build for the people in the community to live in.Mostly each building would have its own style of decorating and the look of the buildings.
  • Community helped the civilization develop more because the community would help make new inventions and build new buildings. Which would make the city more developed by having family members which when they grew up they would have a specific job which will make the city grow more bigger and even more developed. Like mabye for a inventor he might invented a strong city wall to defend from enemies. Which to build the wall we would need the community to help build the wall.
  • I have learned that ancient Rome was a very organized civilization with a well developed city and a large community group. Which made the city of Rome fully developed for the 7 features and made we gained stuff like helping each other in now a days like in ancient Rome which helped each other developed the city.
  • Ancient Rome

    1. 1. Ancient Rome<br />By: Ben Ben<br />
    2. 2. Houses in Rome<br />Materials to build a house<br />Decorations materials <br />
    3. 3. Inventions<br />www.thedesertrose.com/sim_cool_deck.htm<br />www.thedesertrose.com/sim_cool_deck.htm<br />www.thedesertrose.com/sim_cool_deck.htm<br />www.thedesertrose.com/sim_cool_deck.htm<br />www.thedesertrose.com/sim_cool_deck.htm<br />www.thedesertrose.com/sim_cool_deck.htm<br />Concrete<br />Aqueducts <br />Iron <br />
    4. 4. Entertainment<br />Gladiators<br />Shows<br />Public Baths<br />
    5. 5. Buildings<br /> Collosuem<br />Roads<br />Temples <br />Water lines<br />Towers <br />
    6. 6. How did your feature help to develop the ancient civilization?<br />Community<br /> Help made the Ancient Rome more developed.<br />Made new inventions<br />Help build buildings in Rome<br />More people in the city<br />
    7. 7. What have you learned from your civilization today?<br />A very organized civilization<br />Well developed City<br />Invented Concrete <br />
    8. 8. Bibliography <br />http://visual.merriam-webster.com/arts-architecture/architecture/roman-house.php<br />www.thedesertrose.com/sim_cool_deck.htm<br />slagshouseofstats.com/JimSlagleF...ily.html <br />c-engineer.net/accomplishments.aspx<br />

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