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There were 177 emperors after Augustus. There were four more in his direct line, the Julio-Claudians, 81 emperors of the west and 97 emperors of the east.
Children of humble background went to school until the age of 10-11. There was not a formal education system and teachers set up their own classes where they could, including in the back of shops separated for the rest of READ MORE
roman children were able to og to school when they are allowed by their parents. But not all were even able to go to school because not all were wealthy enough to receive education.
The Romans followed the standard sundial method of telling time for the most part. They also had water clocks, but only the wealthy could afford them. In reality, most Romans simply looked up at the sun to see what time READ MORE
BRUTUS The only way is to kill Caesar. I have no personal reason to strike at him-only the best interest of the people. He wants to be crowned. The question is, how would being king change him? Evil can come READ MORE
Firstly, money was actually worth something then (the materials that coins were made out of). Secondly, it was very expensive, (e.g. an orange was worth its own weight in gold). People usually spent most of their salary on food on READ MORE
Lepidus, Antony and Octavian were the members of the second triumvirate.
anything they could find.
Polygamy isn’t something that you “have.” It’s something that you do. It’s the practice of having more than one spouse, usually a man having more than one wife. As far as the Romans go, for the most part they did READ MORE