Economic Impact Of Droughts

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  • The fathers(men) spent a few hours working each day.Here are some of the typical jobs: Farming,Baking, Building, Selling and trading goods, Making clothing
  • If the priests did not like someone who had been elected to power, the priests removed months from the calendar, to shorten the year. Since people could only rule for a certain number of years, that shortened their term of office. But, if the priests liked the person in power, they added months to the calendar, so their favorite rulers had longer to rule.
  • Bathing was one of the most common daily activities in Roman culture, and was practiced across a wide variety of social classes. Though many contemporary cultures see bathing as a very private activity conducted in the home, bathing in Rome was a communal activity.
  • bridges featured substantially Roman material (spolia), as long as the later bridge is erected on the site of a Roman precursor. Finally, incidences where only inscriptions lay testimony to a former Roman bridge are also included.
  • In Rome itself the sewers were massive and flowed out through into the Tiber river. These sewers must have been smelly as even the Romans couldn’t bring enough water to wash out the sewers properly.
  • The new calendar was Caesar's calendar. The new calendar had 365 days each year for three years, and 366 days on the fourth year, just like our calendar today.
  • Rome ruled all around the Mediterranean and large sections of Europe and Southwest Asia. Yet in the end, the problems grew too great and the Western Roman Empire fell.
  • Why did the empire fall apart? The empire grew too large to govern,Roman men no longer wanted to serve in the army,Civil wars broke out in Rome, Trade decreased while taxes and prices increased and the roads fell into disrepair
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