Roman Culture

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Ancient Roman culture, the Toga and citizens.
  1. Geography, Environment and Demographics (including census and, birth / death rates).
  2. Law & Government (provinces, popular reception of government, citizenship, monarchy to empire, crime & punishment, gangs, oratory)
  3. Early Republic
  4. Military (wars: Punic: Battle of Cannae, civil; Hannibal and The Second Punic War; navy; legions: Marian Reforms & Recruitment; equipment: personal, war machines; Military Strategy and Tactics, Roman Army; Roman Navy Ships, Military Organization and Leadership, Octavian's Civil War)
  5. Life Course (age groups, appropriate activities, etc.)
  6. Domestic Life (textiles, Jewelry, familial organization, sleeping, eating, Dining, working)
  7. Agriculture (farming, livestock, domestication)
  8. Economy (economic status, occupations, trade, Coinage, business regulations, poverty v. wealth, mines)
  9. Education (schools, teachers, students, books, curricula).
  10. Entertainment (Gladiators & Chariot racing, Spartacus, Game Venues, gambling)
  11. Religion (Roman Religion and Ritual, calendar holidays, Dionysus, Constantine and early Christianity, sacrifices, public cults, augury & magic, funerals)
  12. Philosophy (stoics).
  13. Mythology (heroes (Achilles), Roman Myths (Origin myths, Jupiter, Mars, Venus, Juno).
    1. Images of Aeneas
    2. Images of Minerva
    3. Images of Bacchus
  14. Literature (poetry, plays, prose)
  15. Art & Architecture (temples, famous craftspeople, styles, Pompeiian paintings, The Roman House, baths, necropolis, graffiti, Greek & Etruscan influence)
  16. Technology (Medicine, aqueducts, roads, arches, cement, city-planning, metallurgy, sewage, glass, heating/cooling, lighting, writing & Musical Instruments of Rome)
  17. Sex & Gender (prostitution, women; Mother; Homosexuality)
  18. Slavery
  19. Non-Romans (alliances, enemies, Carthage, Latin & Italian relations, languages spoken, Greece, Eturia)
  20. Illustri Viri
    1. Marcus Tullius Cicero
  21. Modern Reception (ruins)