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Rome Vocab. 1

Ancient Rome Vocab. 3/3/16

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Built by the Roman army to carry water to the cities. aqueduct
A household shrine (altar). lararium
Apartments made of brick or wood. Upper class Romans lived on the ground floor. townhouse
A dining room in the home of an upper class Roman. triclinium
Early books of Rome did not include pages but were long pieces of papyrus or vellum rolled up into a cylinder. Scroll
A man who served in the most powerful government body of Rome. senator
A wrap made out of cloth usually worn for special occasions over a tunic. toga
Marketplace where Romans gathered to buy and sell goods, socialize, and do business. forum
A picture or design made of many small pieces of glass, stone, pottery, or brick. mosaic
The main fighting unit of the Roman army. legion
Created by: Mrs.Luck