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Tools Of The Ancient Romans: A Kid's Guide To The History And Science Of Life In Ancient Rome (tools Of Discovery Series)

Tools Of The Ancient Romans A Kids

Nomad Press

Author: Rachel Dickinson

Explores the history and science of ancient Rome, teaching about Roman innovations and ideas of government, science, religion, sport, and warfare, and how they have shaped world history and our own world view.
The author is Rachel Dickinson and it was published by Nomad Press. The child's book was available sometime in 2006. The book has 144 pages and it has marvelously colored illustrations. It's 8.07" Height x 9.84" Length x 0.39" Width. It has a weight of 0.78 lbs. Visualize oneself as being the leading figure, contemplating and also desperate for an answers, add to cart by clicking the link below.

Children will learn all about different civilizations and inventions— the way they altered history, their evolution over centuries, and their influence on modern times— by way of the activities and anecdotes offered in this interactive series. Children's understanding with all of the Roman way of life is enhanced with 15 activities that range from producing mosaics to building replicas of Roman ruins. Divided into themes and further supplemented by time lines and sidebars, each and every aspect of Rome is discussed, from Pompeii and gladiator bouts towards the technology behind Roman baths and siege machines. One thousand years of ancient Roman civilization and its impact on modern day living are presented in this interactive guide. A comprehensive"who's who"of ancient Rome explains the different roles inside the empire and also takes a appear at their daily lives.


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