Daily Life Of Romans By madisyn ferone

Ancient Roman men slaves and children wore loose togas, as well as short-sleeved tunics that extended past the knees. Women were expected to dress modestly and be covered up by their clothes, there were limited in their choice of clothing and wore a stola. The stola was a full length dress with multiple folds (Aldrete "Roman Clothing and Fashions").


The Roman diet usually consisted of grain, olive oil, and wine. The grain was used to make bread porridge or gruel. Red meat was also sometimes in the diet but were usually a rarity, fish and poultry were eaten when available (Aldrete "Food Supply Systems in Ancient Rome").

One of the most important religions during the Roman time period was Christianity. Romans believed that their relationship with the gods determined their success in life (Tschen-Emmons).


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