Is in Europe, Italy
The summers in Rome is usually uncomfortably hot.
Rome, Milan, Naples, Turin, Venice-Padua.
Pantheon, Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, St. Peter’s Basilica, Spanish Steps.
Tiber River, Cloaca Maxima, Colosseum, Curia-The House of the Roman Senate, Roman Forum
The Romans loved all forms of entertainment. Sports contests, chariots races, gladiators and live theater were performed during religious ceremonies to honor the gods.
Since Rome had over 200 religious days every year, it was possible to see a play on almost any day.
The Romans wanted their art and architecture to be useful. They planned their cities and built bridges, aqueducts, Public baths, and marketplaces
Rome colosseum it was developed as an improvement over the Circus Maximus for gladiatorial combats, wild beast fights (venations), and mock naval battles (naumachiae).
The Romans were also very fond of fish sauce called liquamen (also known as Garum).
For wealthy Romans they lived in beautiful houses-often on the hills outside Rome, away from the noise and the smell.
Poorer Romans, however, could only dream of such a life. Sweating it out in the city, they lived in shabby, squalid houses that could collapse or burn at any moment.
The “familiar” in Rome included more than just the basic family of father, mother, and children. It also included all the people who were part of the household such as the slaves, servants, clients, and freedmen.
Roman worship was divided into the public and the private. Families would honor their household spirits while Rome had colleges of official priests to ensure that its actions met with divine approval.
Aramaic and Syriac, Coptic, Punic, Geltic, Germanic, Italian Peninsula and Sicily,Western provinces, African provinces, they speaked all this languages.