A Day in the Life of Caecilius

A Day in the Life of Caecilius

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Caecilius's Busy Day!

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  • Waking Up.
  • MMM! Olives....
  • Welcome to my house.
  • Dressing Up.
  • What colour?..
  • Metella and her Clothing.
  • Got to smuggle this bread away somehow!?
  • Caecilius would rise at the break of dawn. He had a lot of work to do so waking up early was a good idea. He had bread and water as breakfast, then he would have much bigger meals later in the day.
  • Work at the Forum.
  • US!!! We want some!!!!
  • Caecilius would wear a small light tunic on before he would put his toga on. The toga can look very huge and heavy but actually it is very light and airy, which can be useful for the very hot climates there.
  • Lunch and the Baths.
  • Metella would wake up very early as well as Caecilius. Her slaves would do her hair and make up in the latest fashion. Then she would dress herself up in a stola. This is a women's version of a toga.
  • Dinner!
  • YUM!!!!!!
  • When he had finished is work in the atrium of his house, he went to the forum to bank and trade. This would only happen if he had finished meeting his clients to help them with their problems and give them little money, as he was a patron to them. Also if he had no other business at home.
  • Yes, who wants money?
  • A light lunch was held at midday then afterwards a siesta. After waking up he would go to the baths to relax and spend time with friends.
  • Caecilius would return home after a long busy day and would have dinner with his family. They would lie at the couches and lean over so they could eat. This was the biggest meal in the whole day. Metella and Quintus would be waiting. This the end of the day.
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