|Sites Specifically for Students with Information About Ancient Rome
BBC History for Kids: The Romans: City of Rome, Rebellion, The Roman Army, Leisure, Technology, Invasion, Roads and Places, Family and Children, Religion, Roman Remains
Children's Section: The Roman Empire: Brief History, The Great Builders, Roman, Achievements, Famous Romans, Evils of Rome, Roman Gods
History for Kids: Ancient Rome: Roman History with a timeline, Roman Art, Roman Architecture, Roman Environment with maps, Roman Religion, Roman Clothing, Roman Language and Literature, Roman Food, Roman Science, Roman People, Roman Economy, and Roman Games
History for Kids: Roman History: Before the Rise of Rome, The Roman Republic, The Roman Empire, After the Fall of Rome
History for Kids: The Roman Republic: A history
|Sites with Information About Ancient Rome
Ancient Rome: Images and Pictures: Over 240 photographs
Stuff Works: Ancient Rome:
Informational Sites about Ancient Rome
Metropolitan Museum of History: The Roman Republic: Historical Information
Empire in the First Century: Meet
ordinary (and extraordinary) Romans and learn about their lives,
view a timeline, play the "Emperor of Rome" game, access classroom
resources and more
Rome: Explore people, mythology, daily life, death and burial, writing, and archaeology.
Empire: An Illustrated History: The Founding of Rome, The Kings, Early Republic, Late Republic, Early Emperors, The High Point, The Decline, The Collapse, Constantinople, Religion, Society, The Army
The Roman Empire - from Wikipedia: Extensive
facts and information about the the Roman Empire
The Roman Republic: History, and Explanation of the Various Offices and Assemblies
The Roman Republic - from Wikipedia: Historical facts about the phase of the ancient Roman civilization characterized by a republican form of government
UNRV History: The Roman Empire: The Empire, Government, Military, Culture, and Economy
Tour of Ancient Rome: Beautiful Photos with descriptions
*Rome is located in Italy on a peninsula that sticks out into the Mediterranean Sea.
*Rome was a Roman Kingdom for over 200 years; a Roman Republic for about 500 years, and the Roman Empire for about 500 years.
*Rome throughout its history had more than 75 Roman Emperors.
*Gods and Goddesses were the center of the ancient Roman religion.
*The ancient Roman Government served as a basis for many of today's world political systems.
*Ancient Romans were considered "The Masters of Architecture".
*The road system of the Ancient Rome had 50,000 miles of paved roads which is considered one of the greatest engineering accomplishments of all time.
*Roman Baths were a part of day-to-day life in ancient Rome.
*Ancient Roman gladiators fought to the death, and in ancient Rome, gladiator fights were considered a form of entertainment.
*Daily life in ancient Rome was rooted in custom and tradition.
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