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Scots All Saints College Libraries (ASC): Ancient Rome
A searchable online database with thousands of teacher-reviewed, approved and annotated web sites.
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Ancient Rome by Simon James
Call Number: ML 937 JAM
The Romans by Anthony Marks; Graham I. Tingay; Gerald Wood
This website describes daily life in ancient Rome. Sections include Rome as a Kingdom, Republic and Empire. Topics include religion, social classes, family, entertainment, army, houses, fashion, customs, roads, food, and important buildings.
Links to information on many aspects of Roman Life
Teenage Life in Ancient Rome
Welcome to the world of Lucius Popidius Secundus, a 17-year old living in Rome in 73 AD. This TED-Ed video reveals his life to be a typical one of arranged marriages, coming-of-age festivals, and communal baths.
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It is important to always acknowledge the work of others.
When you conduct research and gather information, make sure you keep a record of your sources to include in a bibliography or reference list. At Scots All Saints we use the Harvard system of referencing.
For help to create a bibliography using the Harvard system, check the Scots All Saints Referencing Guide available in the library or use the Online Referencing tool below.