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History Of Ancient Rome

UNRV Roman Empire aims to give visitors a substantial look into what Rome was. We will delve into all aspects of its society and those of her neighbors, and perhaps share a greater understanding of our own world through that of the past.

Gladiators

The superstar sportsmen of their day.

Economy

Trade, taxes and coinage of the Ancient Romans.

Clothing

The clothing and changing fashions of the Empire.

Slavery

A dark but significant part of Ancient Roman life.

Military

Discover how military success fuelled expansion.

Religion

Religion played a major part in everyone's lives.

Architecture

Construction that was ahead of its time.

Government

Overseeing it all was an extremely difficult job.

Medicine

How were the sick and the injured looked after?

UNRV.com is thrilled to present a wall map of the Roman Empire. Exhaustively researched over the course of two years and subject to five months of design and historical scrutiny, this 'poster' is not simply an artistic work, but truly an educational resource in its own right.

This large map is unique wall decor that is perfect for the den, office or classroom and will delight history buffs; particularly those with a special interest in the Ancient Roman Empire. With the map features presented in the original Latin, it will also make an educational tool for the student, teacher or professor. No classroom focused on ancient history or classical studies should be without this spectacular reference and conversational piece.

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New Julius Caesar Section

A statue of Julius Caesar
Gaius Julius Caesar rose from fairly humble beginnings to become the sole ruler of the Roman Empire. Unsurprisingly, his rise to power is a story filled with incidents and significant moments.
This new section brings together the content on the UNRV site into a 21-part chronological series. Starting with Caesar’s humble beginnings and the influence of his uncle Marius, each part covers the significant events in his life, until it was ended with his assassination by rival senators.
Julius Caesar Section  

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