Daily Life Romans encompassed cultures that differed ethnically, socially, religiously, and socially.
Dacia Became in AD 106 a Roman province.
Dea Dia Roman Goddess of growth.
Deeds He subjected the whole wide earth to the rule of the Roman people on two bronze pillars.
Denominations The face value of a coin.
Decebalus Dacian king who lost to Trajan.
Decorations Worn by soldiers on parades and were generally awarded at the end of a campaign.
Dimachaeri Roman Gladiator who used two-swords, one in each hand.
Discens Milites in training for an immunes position.
Discipline Discipline was the key in maintaining the Legions.
Distances The Roman standards for distance.
Dictator Appointed in times of military emergency to have supreme authority.
Dio Cassius Dio Cassius Cocceianus was a Roman historian and senator under Commodus.
Dio Chrysostom Famous traveling lecturer and orator.
Diodorus Siculus Sicilian Greek historian who lived from 90 to 21 BC.
Dionysius of Halicarnassus Greek teacher of rhetoric and a distinguished literary critic.
Doctors Profession outside of the legions was considered long an unworthy job.
Domitian Emperor Titus Flavius Domitianus was the youngest son of Vespasian and Domitilla.
Drugs Any mineral, plant, liquid or animal part could be used in treatment of diseases by Romans.
Dyrrhachium Major supply depot of Pompey that was sieged by Caesar.
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