G. Stevens Pub.,
How did people live a very long time ago? Did children go to school? Were there any shops? What sort of food did people eat? All of these questions about ordinary daily life are answered in Pictures of the Past. Surprisingly, some of the basic structures of everyday life are little different from one culture and one time to another. Here children will learn about home life, education, making a living, and the religious and social celebrations of ancient peoples. Readers will be fascinated by the similarities and differences from their own lives.
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|Grouped Work ID||8237954c-9250-19da-6e6b-bad4b9e148f9|
|Grouping Author||allard denise|
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|detailed_location_school||Hull-Jackson Montessori - Kids Non-Fiction|
|display_description||Describes daily life in ancient Rome, discussing the home, shopping, farming, theater, sports, and religion.|
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|record_details||ils:CARL0000527298|Book|Books||English|G. Stevens Pub.,|1997.|32 p. : col. ill., col. map ; 21 cm.|
|subject_facet||Rome -- Civilization|
|title_full||The Romans / Denise Allard|