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Temple
Definitionby Joshua J. Mark

Temple

A temple (from the Latin 'templum') is a structure usually built for the purpose of, and always dedicated to, religious or spiritual activities including prayer, meditation, sacrifice and worship. The templum was a sacred precinct defined...
Ancient Rome's Legacy
Lessonby Marion Wadowski

Ancient Rome's Legacy

This pack includes a 5-minute podcast describing Rome's major legacies and a 3-2-1 worksheet to start a constructed classroom discussion. The transcript and answer keys are all included.A one-page discussion sheet has been included too. You...
The Dacians - Ancient Rome Live
Videoby American Institute for Roman Culture

The Dacians - Ancient Rome Live

The Dacians were a Thracian people that lived in modern-day Romania. They came in conflict with Rome as it expanded, but wars never reached their climax until Trajan (98-117 CE) declared war on Dacia in 102 CE. After Trajan won the wars...
Augustan Roman Triumph
Imageby Ancient History Magazine/ Karwansaray Publishers

Augustan Roman Triumph

An Augustan era Roman triumph, celebrating a military victory. Illustration by Zvonimir Grbasic.
Ancient Rome Teaching Resource Bundle
Teaching Bundleby Marion Wadowski

Ancient Rome Teaching Resource Bundle

This Ancient Rome Teaching Resource Bundle is a collection of teaching resources that can be downloaded for free – no registration required. Our teaching resources and lesson plans are adapted to students' different levels of ability...
Roman Baths
Definitionby Mark Cartwright

Roman Baths

Roman baths were designed for bathing and relaxing and were a common feature of cities throughout the Roman empire. Baths included a wide diversity of rooms with different temperatures, as well as swimming pools and places to read, relax...
The Triumph of Aemilius Paulus
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The Triumph of Aemilius Paulus

Detail of the Triumph of Aemilius Paulus by Carle Vernet, 1789 CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
Triumph of Marcus Aurelius
Imageby Mark Cartwright

Triumph of Marcus Aurelius

A panel from a Roman sarcophagus depicting the triumph of Marcus Aurelius. (Capitoline Museums, Rome)
Tropaeum Traiani (Trajan’s Trophy)
Imageby Carole Raddato

Tropaeum Traiani (Trajan’s Trophy)

The Tropaeum Traiani is a triumphal monument built in 109 CE in then Moesia Inferior (present-day Romania) to commemorate Trajan’s victory over the Dacians in 102 CE, in the Battle of Tapae. By the 20th century CE, the monument was reduced...
Detail of Roman Sarcophagus with an Elephant
Imageby Carole Raddato

Detail of Roman Sarcophagus with an Elephant

Detail of the "Pashley Sarcophagus", a Roman sarcophagus with a relief showing the triumphal return of Dionysos from India, circa 125-150 CE, found in Arvi (Crete). Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge (UK).
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