Roman daily life scene with retail trade activity.

Roman life illustration - Well of life

Banquetes

Banquetes

Barrack room in auxiliary fort, c. 90 AD - Imperial Rome at War

(Concord The glory of Rome from Caesars triumphs to the fated battle of Adrianople. by Martin Windrow and illustrated with the great and memorable artworks by Angus McBride

street scene

street scene

The hustle and bustle of Roman family life.

The hustle and bustle of Roman family life.

La sociedad Romana estaba dividida en 2 grupos.Hombres libres:Los patricios: eran la clase dominante que poseía todos los privilegios tanto fiscales, como judiciales, políticos y también culturales.Los plebeyos: eran el pueblo que no gozaba de todos los derechos ni privilegios. Hombres no libres:Estaba formado por los esclavos, que no tenían derechos y eran posesión de sus amos.

many different classes, occupations and clothing of the Romans ~ illustration by…

Extras in a market stall in the Roman Mysteries TV series, filmed at Boyana Studios in 2007 http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B003CYOOE4/theromanmyste-21

Bulgarian extras wait to film a street scene for "The Slave-girl from Jerusalem" at Boyana Studios, Bulgaria, Sept 2007

Reconstruction of the Roman Forum. It is a vast complex of baths, theaters, temples, racetracks, and libraries. Very crowded. Apartment living: 45,000 apartment blocks (height controlled by law for safety). Forum is an open space for public use. At the foot of the Capitoline and Palatine Hills.

Reconstruction of the Roman Forum. It is a vast complex of baths, theaters, temples, racetracks, and libraries. Very crowded. Apartment living: apartment blocks (height controlled by law for safety). Forum is an open space for public use.

Location of the Slave Market in Rome The location of the first Slave Market in Ancient Rome was situated in the area called the Graecostadium behind the Basilica Julia in the Roman Forum.

Roman slaves on a slave block. What would the signs on their chests say?

A Roman Slum with a Tavern. (circa AD 100) (Peter Connolly/insulae /user: Aethon)

A Roman Slum with a Tavern. (circa AD (Peter Connolly/insulae /user: Aethon) Even though Gaius Julius Caesar was of a patrician family, he was born and raised in Subura, a slum area such as depicted here.

Mercado de Trajano

The Market of Trajan in Rome by José Emilio Toro Pareja

Roman/ Pompeian Bakery +++ drawing by Andrea Tosolini

Roman/ Pompeian Bakery +++ drawing by Andrea Tosolini

Macelleria romana.

a mortar and pestle

Radu Oltean: combate fatricida en las calles de Roma entre partidarios de Sila y de Mario (88-87 a.C.)

mario y sila

Illustration of the cena, or main meal with nine diners in the triclinium. the Roman dining room. Nine was the socially acceptable number of diners. More was boastful and less showed a stingy host of meager means.

The women here are all wearing the traditional garments of the Roman women. Their tunics length is down to the elbow, women weren't allowed to show their full arm. Over their tunics they wore their Palla  and most of the women in the image are married because they are wearing a Stole. A Stole is like a chiton with various ruffles and usually had a metal brooch.

Kendall Redburn Costumes of All Nations-Roman

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