Roman civilisation - daily life

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How often were elections held in Pompeii?
Every year
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How many people were elected?
Two duoviri & two aediles
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What was a responsibility of the duoviri?
Giving judgement in the law courts
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Who made up the town council?
100 leading citizens
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When did Roman children start school?
7
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What was the name given to the teacher in the first stage of school?
Ludi magister
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What was taught to children aged 11-16 (2nd stage)?
Literature, Greek, grammar, history, geography
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What WASN'T used to write with?
Graphite
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WHen could students learn science?
At a specialised school
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What did women wear?
A stola
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What was typically eaten for breakfast?
Bread & water
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What might happen at a dinner party?
Singing and dancing
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How were wheeled vehicles prevented from entering the forum?
There were bollards
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When would a Roman go to the baths?
In the afternoon
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Which room was the 'apodyterium'?
The changing room
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What was a slave NOT allowed to do?
Have possessions
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Where did slaves NOT come from?
Scandanavia
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