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The 7 Hills of Rome
The Cloaca Maxima – The First Sewer System
Romes Seaport at Ostia Located on the Tiber River
Forum Romanum – The political and social center of the city
The Palatine Hill – The neighborhood of the rich and famous
Subura – Unsafe, overcrowded neighborhoods
Insulae – Cheap apartments
Domus – single family home
Tabernae – shops
Basilicae – law courts
Tabularium – National Archives Used to store public records
Latrinae – public bathrooms
Palaestra – The Gym/Exercise Area
GETORIX: The Eagle and The Bull by Judith Geary, Is a novel for young adults – A Celtic Adventure in ancient Rome. Getorix is a captive, a young man almost.
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Write down the lesson name and objective. Complete the following task: Take out the ancient Rome map from yesterday. Compare and contrast Rome’s geography.
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