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latin 1 section 1 culture, people , Pompeii 2012-2013

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When and where did Caecilius live? First century A.D. in Italy in the town of Pompeii.
Where was Pompeii located? At the foot of Mount Vesuvius on the coast of the Bay of Naples.
what was Pompeii's population? about 10,000.
What was Caecilius's main job? banker.
How many names would a Roman citizen have? three (praenomen, nomen, cognomen.)
what is the praenomen represent? Personal name.
what does the nomen represent? clan name.
What does the cognomen represent? Family name.
What region is Pompeii in? Campania
What could you do as a Roman citizen? vote, own property, and have full protection under the law.
What was the one right slaves had? They couldn't be put to death without a reason.
Could Roman woman be citizens? No
What could Roman woman do? manage the household, supervise the slaves, influence her husband, dine with her husband, go out into the town, and run businesses.
Who was a famous Roman woman who owned her own businesses? Eumachia
Created by: 2017jis