Law and Order & Religion Family Life & Food and Drink Housing & Education Recreation & Country Life Miscellaneous

100

What is by making offerings and promises at temples, shrines, and altars?
How the Romans honored the gods

100

What is thermopolia?
The name of the 'fast food' places in Rome.

100

What is an atrium?
Inside the front door where the rich receive their guests.

100

What are going to plays, musical performances, public baths, gardens, libraries, shops, art galleries?
Two recreational activities of the rich.

100

What is the Forum?
The name of the main gathering place in Rome.

200

What is leave a small offering in the shape of the hurt part of the body?
What the Romans did to help the sick or injured

200

What are mice cooked in honey, roasted parrot, jellyfish, snails?
Some of the exotic foods eaten by rich Romans

200

What is crowded apartment buildings made of wood, no kitchen?
Homes of the poor were like this.

200

What are the Colosseum and the Circus Maximus?
The name of the 2 buildings where Romans enjoyed gladiator fights and chariot races.

200

What is captured in wars?
Many of Rome's slaves became slaves this way.

300

What is welcomed them as long as they didn't encourage disloyalty to the emperor?
Romans acted this way toward new religions

300

What is obedience to him.
What form of treatment does a 'paterfamilia' expect from his family?

300

What is buildings made of wood and/or grilling?
Rome was at risk for fire because of this.

300

What are farms?
Most of the food for the empire was provided by these.

300

What is the neighborhoods were filled with crime and disease?
Why children rarely lived to age of ten in Rome.

400

What is the emperor?
The ultimate source of law was ...

400

What is it was left outside to die?
The surprising thing Romans did if their child was born sickly

400

What is to work?
Instead of school, poor children went here.

400

What are slaves?
These people did much of the actual farming.

400

What is they gave away food and provided entertainment like gladiator games and chariot races?
This is how emperors in Rome tried to keep people from rebelling.

500

What is police rarely patrolled the poorer neighborhoods and/or they faced harsher punishments?
This is how the law differed for the rich and the poor.

500

What is when he is a father and his father died?
How a man became a paterfamilia.

500

What are Latin, Greek, math, science, literature, music, and public speaking?
Three subjects that rich Roman children learned.

500

What is reading, writing, picnicking, taking long walks?
What wealthy land owners did while at their estates.

500

What is the jury?
The people who decide a case in Roman court.

Chapter 35: Daily Life in the Roman Empire

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