Life in Rome
A Coggle Diagram about Rome
(The boys would stop going to school at ages 12 or 13 and occasionally 16.
, Girls married at ages 12 to 18.
, They would kill there babies if they were not strong.
, Roman men were excepted to provide for there family.
, Only the rich had kitchens.
, If the father didn’t approve of a newborn, it was left outside to die or to be claimed as a slave.
, They had babies at their homes.
, Filth and disease-carrying rats caused sickness to spread rapidly. Fire was another danger. Many of the buildings were made of wood, and the cooking grills caught fire easily
, Many poor children in Rome were sent to work instead of to school.
, The rich enjoyed plays in theaters and musical performances in one another’s homes.
, Men and women sat in separate sections at the Colosseum
, 90 percent of the empire’s people lived in the country.
and Slaves did most of the farming in Rome.
(People did not get married from 12 to 18.
, They raise all babies even if they were not strong.
, People usually go to a hospital to have babies.
, All people can get money for their family.
, Almost everyone has kitchens in their home.
, All babies are taken unless they don't want them then they drop them off at the orphanage .
, We stay in school until 18 usually.
, People don't go to others homes to watch plays.
, People don't kill each other for entertainment.
and The USA does not have slavery
), The Same
, Wealthy women could run their house holds instead of the men.
and The fanciest room was the dining room.
) and Made by Henry Newell, Colin Joyce, and Ryan Castelluchio