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Transcript
ANCIENT ROME
WHO WERE THE ROMANS
The Romans were the people who lived in the
city called Rome which is situated in Italy. Rome
was the greatest city of its time and at one point
it had nearly one million people living in it.
THE ROMAN ARMY
The Roman Army was a large group of
soldiers run by Caesar to conquer vast parts
of Europe, the Middle East and North Africa.
The army was organised in a very simple way:
5000 Legionaries (Roman Citizens who were
in the army) would form a Legion.
A Roman Soldier
The Legion would be split into centuries (80
men) controlled by a Centurion.
The centuries would then be divided into
smaller groups with different jobs to perform.
JULIUS CAESAR
Caesar was the ruler of the Roman Empire and
had immense power and influence over the
Roman people. He controlled the roman army,
was High Priest and also suggested new laws that
the senate approved.
ROMAN BUILDINGS
The Romans built structures to a grand scale and
the were very amazing here are some
 The Colosseum
 Arena of Nimes
 Temple of Jupiter
 Temple of Bellona
THE COLOSSEUM
The Colosseum was a enormous building built by
labourers run by the emperor of Rome Vespasian
and was on a massive scale. The Colosseum was
used for entertainment but it was very gruesome.
Gladiators would fight to the death while people
watched and chanted and also betted who they
thought would win.
ROMAN DISCOVERIES
the romans done quite a lot for us and
discovered lots and these are a few:
Towns
Calendars
Building material
Roads
Plumbing
Archaeology
Rabbits