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Ancient Romans History site with fun game

Ancient Romans History site with fun game

Ch1: Dig It Up: Romans.    Cute game that has students excavating a Roman site. Very informative.

Ch1: Dig It Up: Romans. Cute game that has students excavating a Roman site. Very informative.

Ancient Roman Glass History - One of the very first places in the world to begin the glass making was in Italy, specifically Rome. People of the Roman Empire used more glass...

Ancient Roman Glass History - One of the very first places in the world to begin the glass making was in Italy, specifically Rome. People of the Roman Empire used more glass...

Primary Resources: History: General Resources & Famous People. Great site. Includes Looking At Evidence, Timelines, Ancient Egypt & The Aztecs, Ancient Greece, and much more.

Primary Resources: History: General Resources & Famous People. Great site. Includes Looking At Evidence, Timelines, Ancient Egypt & The Aztecs, Ancient Greece, and much more.

More than a little in love with this site! Has food facts and recipes from many English eras.

More than a little in love with this site! Has food facts and recipes from many English eras.

Take a tour through ancient Rome and see what it would have looked like during the years of the late Empire (circa 320 C.E.).  This video was produced by the Khan Academy in conjunction with the Rome Reborn project at the University of Virginia.

Take a tour through ancient Rome and see what it would have looked like during the years of the late Empire (circa 320 C.E.). This video was produced by the Khan Academy in conjunction with the Rome Reborn project at the University of Virginia.

Roman Soldiers' Gambling Dice.    Matthew 27:35 After they had nailed him to the cross, the soldiers gambled for his clothes by throwing dice. 36 Then they sat around and kept guard as he hung there. 37 A sign was fastened above Jesus’ head, announcing the charge against him. It read: “This is Jesus, the King of the Jews.”

Roman Soldiers' Gambling Dice. Matthew 27:35 After they had nailed him to the cross, the soldiers gambled for his clothes by throwing dice. 36 Then they sat around and kept guard as he hung there. 37 A sign was fastened above Jesus’ head, announcing the charge against him. It read: “This is Jesus, the King of the Jews.”

PHOTO: A picture shows a Samnite tomb of the fourth century BC. with a womans skeleton and many amphoras discovered inside ancient ruins of Pompeii during a press conference on Sept. 21, 2015.

Pre-Roman Tomb Discovered at Pompeii

PHOTO: A picture shows a Samnite tomb of the fourth century BC. with a womans skeleton and many amphoras discovered inside ancient ruins of Pompeii during a press conference on Sept. 21, 2015.

True Tales: Ancient Civilizations & the Bible (3 CD set)  -     Edited By: Gary Vaterlaus     By: Diana Waring

True Tales: Ancient Civilizations & the Bible (3 CD set)

True Tales: Ancient Civilizations & the Bible (3 CD set) - Edited By: Gary Vaterlaus By: Diana Waring

FREE Ancient History Curriculum I created for my son with lots of living books, activities, etc.

FREE Ancient History Curriculum I created for my son with lots of living books, activities, etc.

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