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Ancient Roman food and drink

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Last updated 09 October 2014, created 27 June 2012, viewed 8,289

This powerpoint can be used to teach a lesson about Ancient Roman food and drink. The first activity requires accompanying pictures of the food in the columns. The map explains where the food that the food the Romans did not know about comes either from countries that the Romans did not conque More…r or a time period after the Romans. The Roman dinner party invitation activity should be accompanied by the Cambridge Latin Course worksheet on Roman dinner-parties. This lesson can be adapted for KS2 pupils and also for Year 9 or pupils that require more challenging work.

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    Food and Drink PP 2.pptx (1mb, Powerpoint document)
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Thanks for sharing!

from Annie H, 09 October 2014
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10 minutes to plan a lower school Latin club - lifesaver - this is brilliant!!

from loisray, 18 September 2014
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We're having a Graeco-Roman banquet next week so this will be a greaqt introduction

from judegeorge1, 26 June 2014
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Excellent. Fun lesson! Thank you!

from PepGreen, 18 March 2014
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Thank you for sharing your resource. This resource has been recommended by TES Resource Team and will feature in Today’s news, tomorrow’s lesson.

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