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  1. 1.      Romulus and Remus were twins. Their evil uncle set two slaves to put Romulus and Remus in a river because he thought they would sink and die in the deep water. They were found by a she-wolf and then they got taken to her cave and she raised and fed them there. Then a shepherd saw them playing down the path and saw them go to they’re cave and at night when the wolves were sleeping the shepherd came and took them and then he raised them more. Once they were raised enough they went and killed there wicked uncle then they built a city but Romulus got angry and killed his brother Remus.
  2. 2.    Caesar was born in the year 100 BC. His father was also named Gaius Julius Caesar, and his mother was called Aurelia Cotta. Julius Caesar was a brilliant military general. He successfully conquered Gaul (France) and he twice invaded Britain (in 55 BC and 54 BC). Following the death of Crassus, Pompey moved away from Caesar and supported the Senate. Julius Caesar was ordered by the Senate to give up control of the military. Caesar disobeyed the order and crossed the Rubicon river with his army. A civil war took place and Julius Caesar gained control of Rome.
  3. 3.     The Roman empire started in Italy and spread over Europe except from some countries. The Romans invaded lots of countries like Britain and Gaul and Spain even Africa and Italy. They invaded Britain last because it was over the sea. The Romans put the capital in Italy and Italy is the country that looks like a boot
  4. 4.    Slaves were to use furnaces and put fire in the furnace to heat the baths up. Only poor people went to the baths. The baths had lots of slaves to give people fresh drinks and some food , massages and to take dirt off of you.
  5. 5.    The Colosseum or Coliseum, also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre . I t was the largest amphitheatre of the Roman Empire, and is considered one of the greatest works of Roman architecture and engineering. It is the largest amphitheatre in the world. Although in the 21st century it stays partially ruined because of damage caused by devastating earthquakes and stone-robbers, the Colosseum is an iconic symbol of Imperial Rome.
  6. 6. .    Legionaries were the best Roman soldiers, and the best paid. There were other soldiers as well. Roman soldiers were able to march more then twenty miles a day wearing full armour and carrying weapons and equipment.
  7. 7.   In Ancient Roman warfare, the tortoise formation was a formation used commonly by the Roman Legions during battles. In the tortoise formation, the men would align their shields to form a packed formation covered with shields on the front , top and side sometimes.
  8. 8.    The origin of gladiatorial combat is open to debate. There is evidence of it in funeral rites during the Punic Wars of the 3rd century BCE, and thereafter it rapidly became an essential feature of politics and social life in the Roman world. Its popularity led to its use in ever more lavish and costly games.
  9. 9.    event within the Roman Republic The Roman banquet originally began to accompany a religious or public . As time passed, it was changed with the influence of Greek traditis into a symposium--a social dinner complete with wine, music and different forms of entertainment. Roman banquets were served with guests reclining on couches often made of wood, bronze or bricks and covered with cushions and draperies.

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