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It is a really interesting story about how the city of Rome was founded. Two abandoned brothers Remus and Romulus were found by a she-wolf. She took them in and fed them. The two of them grew to be big and strong, as well as good leaders. They founded the city of Rome together, until Romulus killed Remus during the naming process. Romulus founded the city in 753 B.C. and it would continue to thrive for roughly 800 years. Romans are credited with the invention of dozens of engineering marvels. The Romans were true revolutionary inventors. It all started with the Roman invention of concrete. Roman concrete was it the late third century BC. This mixture then allowed them to build solid structures that they would then translate into large building and monuments. This was also solely responsible for what is seen as the most important contribution by the Romans, the aqueduct. Aqueducts are large concrete structures that can be used to transport water to other parts a city. Today this is most familiar to us through the sewer system, but this also helps in mining and farming as well.

These worksheets look at the Roman culture and people. We look at what the people did, who they worshipped, and the rise and the fall of the empire. We will break down the engineering marvels constructed such as the Colosseum by this civilization. We will also explore the leaders that perpetuated the culture further like Julius Caesar. We will also look at outliers that by the standards of today we can not even fathom like the concept of a barbarian culture.

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Their engineers were responsible for building roads, arches, aqueducts and bridges. They also invented concrete which was used in many of their building projects.

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Engineering - Multiple Choice Questions

Aqueducts were long channels, usually underground, that were built to enable the supply of water into cities. This water was used for drinking, public baths, and sewers.


Romans and Their Gods

In their mythology, the city of Rome was founded by the twin gods Romulus and Remus. Romulus selected Palatine Hill for the site of the new city, but Remus thought it should be built on Aventine Hill.

Their Gods - Short Answer Questions

Which came first, the Greek gods or the Roman gods? How do you know?

The Colosseum

The Colosseum in Rome is still revered today as a marvel of Roman engineering. It took eight years to build.

QUESTIONS: The Colosseum

Next to the Emperor's Box, who had the best seats in the Colosseum?

Augustus Caesar

The real name of Augustus Caesar was Gaius Octavian Thurinus. When Augustus was born in 63 BC, Rome was still a Republic.

QUESTIONS: Augustus Caesar

What position in the Roman Republic was Octavian elected to?

Julius Caesar

Gaius Julius Caesar was born in 100 BC to an aristocratic family. He had a private tutor and learned to read and write.

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Why was Julius Caesar assassinated?

Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire - Reading Passage

This Empire saw significant advances in the fields of medicine, law, religion, government, and warfare, as the Romans adopted and improved upon the cultural achievements of the lands that they conquered.

QUESTIONS: Rise and Fall

At the peak of its power, which modern day countries were a part of the Roman Empire?

Barbarians is the broad term that the Romans used to refer to populations that did not belong to the Roman Empire.

QUESTIONS: Barbarians

What did the different groups of barbarians have in common?

The Republic Becomes an Empire Reading Worksheet

Before there was a Empire, there was a Republic. The Roman Republic and the Roman Empire were two distinct major periods in Rome's history.

The Republic Becomes an Empire - Multiple Choice Questions

The highest-ranking leaders in the Roman Republic were called what?

The public bath in Rome is where people came to bathe, relax, and socialize.

The Baths - Short Answer Questions

A Roman bath could be very large and have many different rooms.

Life in Ancient Rome

A typical day in ancient Rome began with a small meal. The workday ended in the early afternoons, when people would visit the baths to get clean and to socialize.

Life in Ancient Rome - Questions

How was the ancient Roman family organized?

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Rome eventually grew to sheer gigantic proportions, but it all began through the strength and size of the trade system that they created. The small city located on the banks of Tiber was a prime location where merchants could navigate to and from by ship. The culture was to a degree built off the backs of the Greeks especially when it came to architecture and literacy. While trade got the empire started it was war that made them infamous and successful. This led to the civilization basically ruling all of Europe for near a thousand years. This influential culture lead to waves of invocation and culture that still impact the Western world. These worksheets will explore the ins and the outs of the ancient Roman civilization.

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The Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire - A brief overview of the Roman Empire for elementary students. At its high point the Roman Empire controlled all the lands around the Mediterranean Sea. Reading Passage Multiple Choice Questions Short Answer Questions

The Roman Republic - The Roman government before the Empire. Rome was not always ruled by emperors; at first Rome was ruled by a king. Reading Passage Multiple Choice Questions Short Answer Questions

Roman Society - What was the culture like? Roman society had three classes: patricians, plebeians and slaves. Reading Passage Multiple Choice Questions Short Answer Questions

Famous Romans - Covers a selection of famous Roman rulers, generals, writers and poets. Like in other societies, some of the most famous Romans include successful military leaders and emperors. Reading Passage Multiple Choice Questions Short Answer Questions

Ancient Roman Culture - Presents an introduction to Roman architecture and sculpture. Romans were able to use their engineering skills to create magnificent architecture in their own style. Reading Passage Multiple Choice Questions Short Answer Questions

Major Battles of Ancient Rome - War was a way of life for the Ancient Roman army. This passage focuses on the Pyrrhic and Punic Wars. Reading Passage Multiple Choice Questions Short Answer Questions

Myths and Legends of Ancient Rome - While the terms myth and legend are often used interchangeably there is a difference between them. The legends still live on today. Reading Passage Multiple Choice Questions Short Answer Questions

The Roman Coloseum - One of the most famous buildings in the world, the Colosseum in Rome, which was built between 70 and 80 CE, is the forerunner of modern sports stadiums. This discusses the architecture and events of the Roman Colosseum. Reading Passage Multiple Choice Questions Short Answer Questions

Roman Engineering - Discusses the major achievements of Roman engineering. A testament to their engineering skills is that structures such as baths and buildings as well as aqueducts and bridges that were built two thousand years or more ago are still standing today and some are even still being used. Reading Passage Multiple Choice Questions Short Answer Questions

Leaders of Ancient Rome - Little is known about the kings of Rome who were the first rulers and leaders of Rome. This lesson discusses famous Roman emperors. Reading Passage Multiple Choice Questions Short Answer Questions

What Was the Ancient Roman Civilization?

If we look at the history of the world, ancient Rome plays an integral part in it. Ancient Rome is considered as the most important and powerful civilization in history. It was the civilization that had power over much of Europe for around a thousand years. This was the time period when the roman culture was spread all across Europe. This is the reason why the roman culture is still impactful and influential in Western Europe. The western culture itself was formed during the Roman civilization. Forms of government, architecture, literature, language, and engineering are some fields that have been influenced by Roman culture.

Rome gained power as a republic. The leaders of ancient Rome like senators were elected for some time. It did not follow the system of royalty. There were no kings who were born into leadership. Elections were held and nobody was allowed to rule forever. They had all their laws written and constitution. They also created ways to balance power. They formed democratic governments that are still practiced today.

The formation of the empire happened when Julius Ceaser made himself the dictator of the Republic of Rome. This is how the republic ended. The Roman Empire started when Ceasar Agustus took the power and became the emperor. The lower government was the same but the higher power was given to the emperor.

A split of the empire happened when it was becoming difficult to happen in the entire empire from one city. The Western Roman Empire had Rome as its capital. Whereas, the eastern Roman Empire had Constantinople as its capital that later became the Byzantine Empire.

The fall of Rome is an important event in history. It happened in 476 AD.

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Ancient Rome grew from a little town on the Tiber River in central Italy to an empire that, at its height, ruled most of continental Europe, Britain, a large portion of western Asia, northern Africa, and the Mediterranean islands beginning in the seventh century BCE. The fall and collapse of the Roman Empire was one of the most cataclysmic extinctions in human history.

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Origins of rome.

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This is a fantastic bundle which includes everything you need to know about the Ancient Civilization of Rome across 22 wonderful pages. These are ready-to-use Ancient Rome worksheets that are perfect for teaching students about Ancient Rome which was a civilization that began on the Italian peninsula as early as the 8th century B.C. The Roman Empire was considered one of the greatest and most influential empires in history, covering most of continental Europe, parts of western Asia, and northern Africa, as well as the Mediterranean islands.

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Ancient Romans conquered enormous swaths of the country in Europe and northern Africa, constructed highways and aqueducts, and widely disseminated Latin, their language. They are famed for their military, political, and social institutions.

What is the history of ancient Rome?

Beginning in the seventh century BCE. Ancient Rome expanded from a small town on the Tiber River in central Italy into an empire that, at its peak, controlled the majority of continental Europe, Britain, much of western Asia, northern Africa, and the Mediterranean islands. One of the most dramatic implosions in the history of civilization was the collapse and fall of the Roman Empire.

What destroyed Rome?

Romans had long fought with Germanic tribes, but by the 300s, so-called “barbarian” peoples like the Goths had encroached outside the empire’s frontiers.

What made Rome so great?

Through military prowess, political adaptability, economic growth, and more than a little good fortune, Rome rose to become the most powerful state in the world by the first century BCE. This expansion altered the Mediterranean world as well as Rome itself.

Who was the first ruler of Rome?

Romulus, son of the god of war and the daughter of King Numitor, was the first king of Rome and its founder; consequently, the city was named after him. He established the Roman Senate with 100 senators and provided the people of Rome with a set of rules.

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