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My Heritage ID
Aims: Exploring who you are Exploring who the Romans were who lived on Hadrian’s Wall My Present Heritage ID My Roman Heritage ID
Hadrian’s Wall Newcastle Solway Firth
Your identity What you like, who you are How does this compare with other people? Use this to compare with Roman identity
Where were they born?
Something to touch…
Something to taste… Amphora Indented beaker Mortarium
Something to listen to… Music Prayers
Something to look at…
Something to smell… Perfume vile Oil lamp Wine Food
Places… Mithraeum Fort Home country Vicus Bath houseBarracks
Characters Slave Native Britain Centurion Father from the Cult of Mithras Wife of a soldier
My Roman Heritage ID
Characters Slave Native Britain Centurion Father of the Cult of Mithras Wife of a soldier
Conclusions Discussed present identity Learnt about what life was like living along Hadrian’s Wall Compared present identity with Roman identity
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