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 The routes to becoming a slave  The alternative to being a slave  The fate of those who could not become slaves  The life of a slave  Some slaves.

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3  The routes to becoming a slave  The alternative to being a slave  The fate of those who could not become slaves  The life of a slave  Some slaves did manage to get out of their lives of hell

4  Introduction Introduction  The routes to becoming a slave The routes to becoming a slave  The alternative to being a slave The alternative to being a slave  The fate of those who could not become slaves The fate of those who could not become slaves  The life of a slave The life of a slave

5  Food Food  Some slaves did manage to get out of their lives of hell Some slaves did manage to get out of their lives of hell  Freedom Freedom  Conclusion Conclusion

6  Selected to be a slave  Born into slavery  Condemned to be a slave BACK TO TABLE OF CONTENTS

7  amphitheatre a place of extreme entertainment  fighting to the death  pleasure of the spectators  chance of a better life  shorter life BACK TO TABLE OF CONTENTS

8  slaves were men  some of them were too weak  some slaves were killed  everyone had to have a purpose  brutal methods  a baby girl – no use as a slave BACK TO TABLE OF CONTENTS

9  slaves were kept in places resembling dungeons  unheated sheds  little light  grossly overcrowded  special rules BACK TO TABLE OF CONTENTS

10  scraps of meat  bread  water  no wine  no cooked meal  they were meant to be kept as cheaply as possible BACK TO TABLE OF CONTENTS

11  not all masters hated their slaves  certain privileges  some became servants  more clothes  better food  under owner's control BACK TO TABLE OF CONTENTS

12  sometimes would have been given his freedom  no longer a slave  able to take his place in Roman society  Roman citizenship  have his own home  to work in a recognised trade  some became very powerful BACK TO TABLE OF CONTENTS

13  the Romans were well known for their barbaric ways  lots of slaves  they were possessions  a right to kill them  they could win their freedom BACK TO TABLE OF CONTENTS

14 School: II. gimnazija Maribor Age: 16 Web page:

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