When Rome conquered a new civilization, they often adopted the gods into their own beliefs. What was the one rule?
About 60% of Americans live in cities. How many Romans lived in cities?
Who was the ultimate source of law in Rome?
Who made the decisions about guilt or innocence at trials?
Who was in charge of running the house (such as meals and slaves) of wealthy Romans?
Only wealthy Romans had kitchens. Where did poor Romans get most of their food?
What is not true of homes for wealthy Romans?
Poor children were sent to work instead of school. Aside from parents, who taught wealthy children?
How did most wealthy Romans spend their time in the countryside?
What was not one of the activities the poor did for recreation?
What type of religion did the Romans follow?
Who made all of the decisions in a Roman family?
Since Italy is a peninsula and Rome was centered around the Mediterranean, it makes sense that what was a common food?
What was not one of the subjects learned by wealthy Roman boys?
What was the name for the large estates in the Roman countryside?
Roman emperors often hosted public events to keep the people happy and busy. What were two common examples?