With a complete rundown of Roman history alongside fascinating insights into the lives of everyday Romans, readers will discover the amazing people and events involved in the rise and fall of one of the greatest of all ancient civilisations and how its influence can still be felt around the world today.
Guy de la Bédoyère is a historian, archaeologist, and Roman expert, he is well known for his numerous books and appearances on TV, especially Channel 4’s Time Team.
By Juvenal’s day, athletic contests had become a favorite means of escape from the realities of life, but in the beginning, they had another purpose.
Organized athletic competitions had their origins in funerals, particularly of those who died in battle.
Overview and History Timeline of Ancient Rome Early History of Rome The Roman Republic Republic to Empire Wars and Battles Roman Empire in England Barbarians Fall of Rome Cities and Engineering The City of Rome City of Pompeii The Colosseum Roman Baths Housing and Homes Roman Engineering Roman Numerals Daily Life Daily Life in Ancient Rome Life in the City Life in the Country Food and Cooking Clothing Family Life Slaves and Peasants Plebeians and Patricians Arts and Religion Ancient Roman Art Literature Roman Mythology Romulus and Remus The Arena and Entertainment People Augustus Julius Caesar Cicero Constantine the Great Gaius Marius Nero Spartacus the Gladiator Trajan Emperors of the Roman Empire Women of Rome Other Legacy of Rome The Roman Senate Roman Law Roman Army Glossary and Terms Back to History for Kids Ancient Rome was a powerful and important civilization that ruled much of Europe for nearly 1000 years.
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