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Slavery and gladiators in ancient rome

Slavery and Gladiators in Ancient Rome

The following powerpoint was created by:

Jewel Singles, Alim Elijah, Derrick Draper.


Slavery in a ncient rome
Slavery In Ancient Rome

  • Slavery in ancient Rome played an important role in society.

  • Slaves performed many domestic services.

  • Greek slaves were highly educated.

  • Unskilled slaves, or those brought to slavery as punishment, worked on farms, in mines, and at mills.

  • Their living conditions were brutal, and their lives were very short.


Duties punishments for slaves
Duties & Punishments for Slaves

  • Slaves were considered property under Roman Law. They had no legal rights to their citizenship.

  • Slaves were treated very unfairly. Mostly women, they did men’s work out on mills and farms and they also could have been forced to sexual exploitation.

  • The testimony of a slave could not be accepted in a court of law unless the slave was tortured with full proof.


  • Your Task: You are researching slavery and Gladiators in Ancient Rome

  • Information on Roman Slavery

  • Duties and Punishments of/for slaves

  • Slave owners

  • Who were typically slaves?

  • Gladiators

  • Each of these items should be its own slide in your presentation. Do not overcrowd slides…you may have more than 5. You may not have more than 8. (include a reference slide as your last slide. This will not count as one of your main slides.)



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