What Did the Ancient Romans Do for Me? by Patrick Catel


What Did the Ancient Romans Do for Me? by Patrick Catel

This series looks at how ancient civilisations have influenced society today. Instead of giving a traditional history of a civilisation, each book looks at themes such as technology, political systems, food, clothing, art, architecture, and language, and answers the question: 'what did this civilisation do for me?'. By linking aspects of each civilisation with student's modern day experiences through direct comparisons, readers will stay engaged with topics, and develop a more detailed understanding of the civilisation.

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32 pages
Interest Age: From 9 To 11


Patrick Catel
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Publication date

4th May 2011



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