Daily Life of people in the Roman Empire encompasses such aspects as food, clothing, health, customs, religion, social status and leisure activities.
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Antique Roman Dishes
A collection of recipes of ancient Roman foods, translated from a German translation of "Marcus Gaius Apicius: De Re Coquinaria."
BBC: The Roman Way
David Aaronovitc explores everyday life in the Roman Empire, from the emperors of ancient Rome to life in the Empire away from ancient Rome in places such as Hadrian's Wall.
The Domus of Senex Caecilius
Modeled visit to ancient home "domus" and country farm. Each room has history of Roman living spaces, festivals, decoration, worship, and daily living. Includes learning games and puzzles.
Early Greek and Roman Baths
Information on the physical and social history of the baths in ancient Greek and Roman times.
On Roman Numerals
Roman Farm Management
Translations of Cato the Elder's "De Agricultura" and Varro's "Rerum Rusticarum Libri Tres." In plain text (two version) or as a zip file, from Project Gutenberg.
Includes information about everyday lives in the areas of housing, family affairs, slavery, attire, cuisine, recreation, entertainment and religion.
The Rth Dimension: Ancient Rome
Rich Hamper offers unusual information on aspects of life in the late Republic. Topics include cosmetics, music, interjections, hair, pets, and sanitation.
Slavery in the Roman Republic
Conduct and treatment.
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