latin roman life

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what was cogidubnus king of
king of regnenses
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when was cogi appointed king of regnenses
after the roman invasion in AD43
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how did cogi treat the romans
he was very supportive of them and was a client king
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what else did cogi provide for them romans
a new capital town, noviomagus,
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what was cogi responsible for
collecting taxes and keeping peace in his part of britain
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did the romans like boudica
no but she was seen as a powerful woman
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why did boudica raise a rebellion
after her husband died, her daughters were ***** and she was flogged so she wanted revenge
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was boudicas rebellion successful
at first it was but then she met with no effective opposition and her troops were outnumbered
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who was fishbourne palace supposedly built for and by
cogi supposedly built it for himself
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what were the italian craftsman doing
making mosaics, painting, carpeting
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how was the garden set out
in a fashinonable italian style, the grass was kept short and tidy and it was formal
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what have archaeologists discovered
deep bedding trenches filled with flowers and shrubs
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what were the floors made of
fragments of marble and coloured stones from italy
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what were the rooms like
internal courtyards, a hall maybe for religious reasons, accomodation for unimportant guests, bathhouse
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what were some benefits of the invasion
roads, education (agricola taught sons of chieftains), construction of towns such as chichester
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what were some disadvantages of the invasion
new taxes not everyone could afford, Romans took over britain as their own empire, Agricola built his forts on local peoples land
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what were some different nationalites in alexandria
egyptians, jews, romans, africans, indians and greeks
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what did the differents races cause
jealousy because theromans had the most wealth and theirs was the official language
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why was alexandria such a wealthy and important place
because of its position as it stands at the meeting place of great trade routes and merchants liked the safe harbours for their ships
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why was the pharos important
because it was one of the seven wodners of the ancient world
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importance of the museum
the centre of classic learning in ancinet alexandria, noted for its literary and scientific scholarships
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importance of the library
It formed part of the research institute at Alexandria in Egypt that is known as the Museum
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he was very supportive of them and was a client king

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a new capital town, noviomagus,

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