Started in 1996 following one of my numerous trips to Rome I felt that with the increasing amount of things I was learning at school I was beginning to be saturated and that without writing it down it may be lost.
I began this part of the website when I was around 15-16 years old. It's five years later and the website is still working well.
My work load is not as great as it used to be and I hope to improve pages such as that on Julius Caesar and add more elements.
If you would like to contribute to this site then yopu may contact me with the content and full credit will be given to you as the author.
Roman History: A broader look at Roman history
The Triumvirate: About the Triumvirate.
A page about Gaius Julius Caesar
Roman Army: A short description.
Legion Structure: A table.
Roman Builders: About roads, aqueducts and tools.
Roman Homes: Some information about Roman homes
Roman Art and Architecture: I also wrote about Ovide: "L'art D'aimer". I still haven't finished reading the book.
Start by reading about the Geography of the Roman empire and then progress to reading about The Roman cities Pages about Rome and Pompeii:. For Pompeii I also have information about Daily life,Bodies of Evidence and The Stabian Baths. One of the most impressive Roman cities I visited in Italy is Herculaneum. This city is very well preserved.
Some photos from a trip to Agrigento
A page about Conquered Territories such as Nyon, a Roman city in Switzerland in Europe, and Damascus and Jerash, city in Jordan
With such a broad empire Roman Transportation was key.
Every Day Life at the times of the Romans.
Roman Work week and Leisure Time
About the fall of the Roman empire
Reasons for the decline of Rome
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