Romans Homework Help
Temples were built to honour the gods, and people would visit them with offerings.10) One of the most famous buildings left by the Ancient Romans is the Colosseum – a huge ampitheatre in the centre of Rome.1) Rome was founded in 753BC by its first king, Romulus.It grew into a rich and powerful city during the next few hundred years.Explore a wealth of interactive games, quizzes and challenges to discover what life was like in Roman times.Scutum- shield On the left side of the soldier's body was his shield (scutum) used for protection.The Romans had the largest empire in history, invading and occupying all the known world.
Rich Romans liked to eat exotic food, such as stork, roast parrot and even flamingo!
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4) The Romans built such a huge empire and conquered new lands, thanks to their strong army. 5) During battle, a Roman soldier or ‘legionary’ first hurled his spear at the enemy, then he fought him with his sword.
To protect himself, he carried a wooden shield and wore a metal helmet and armour.