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Ancient Rome

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Early aqueducts had to rely on the force of gravity to move water over long distances. So the water could only move from a high point to a lower point. Modern aqueducts use electric pumps to move the water along.

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Me and my talisman! I know, I know! I'm always blogging about toilets and evil eyes and gladiator-scraping love-potion and suchlike, but I can't help it. It is all so fascinating! My husband Richard was the one who taught me the first lesson of history: NO TOILET PAPER! So how did the people in olden days wipe their bottoms? This question draws in even the most reluctant child. In fact it is often especially appealing to kids who find history dull. It's a Way To Show Them That History Is…

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The vast site of Portus holds the key to understanding how Rome evolved from a mighty city to an empire

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The Pantheon is situated on the site of an earlier structure of the same name, built around 25 B.C. by statesman Marcus Agrippa, and is thought to have been designed as a temple for Roman gods. The structure’s name is derived from the Greek words pan, meaning “all,” and theos, meaning “gods.” The Pantheon is one of the best-preserved monuments of ancient Rome. The structure completed around 126-128 A.D., during the reign of Emperor Hadrian. Made primarily from bricks and concrete, the…

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The hands-on projects in Ancient Rome will take your students back to the days of Caesar and Roman legions, Pompeii and the Pantheon. You get information pages, maps, a timeline, arts and crafts projects, reading and writing connections, and evaluation forms. The teacher pages feature step-by-step project directions and photographs of the completed projects. Topics presented include: Introduction to Ancient Rome, Daily Life, Government, Education, The Roman Army, Religion and Mythology…

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