The Romans by AlissaBinns
The Roman Army • A legion had commanders, officers and ordinary soldiers.
Roman Soldiers The Roman army was made up of groups of soldiers called legions. There were over 5,000 soldiers in a legion.
Julius Caesar • Julius Caesar was born on July 13 100 B.C. He was a great soldier and general.
He was stabbed to death at a meeting of the Senate in 44 BC and the era of the Republic ended.
In 55 B.C. Caesar, with 80 ships and 80.000 men, tried to invade England but he didn't succeed.
The next year Julius came back with 800 and again he didn't succeed to conquer South-England.
Roman baths There were 170 baths in Rome during the reign of Augustus and by 300 A.D that number had increased to over 900 baths
Roman Bathhouses • You can see remains of a Roman bath in the city of Bath, in Somerset.
The Romans loved washing and bathing and rather it being done in private, the Romans built magnificent public bath houses in towns across their empire.
ROMAN CLOTHING • Men wore a knee-length tunic (chilton), either sleeveless or short-sleeved.