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Roman gladiator games were an opportunity for emperors and rich aristocrats to display their wealth to the populace, to commemorate military victories, mark visits from important officials, celebrate birthdays or simply to distract the populace from the political and economic problems of the day. The appeal to the public of the games was as bloody entertainment and the fascination which came.
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Roman gladiators were the superstars of their day. People would go to the arena much as they go to football matches now. Gladiators were fighters so needed to wear clothing that protected while still allowing movement. This fun worksheet can be used by children to dress their own Roman Gladiator in all his armor from helmet to shield, leg protection and sandals.
See You Later, Gladiator! Let The Games Begin! Students compare what they think they know about gladiators with facts they learn through research. They then use the information to act as reporters and write an article about a gladiatorial game. Instructions. Both the book and the show See You Later, Gladiator portray Horridus.
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Free printable worksheets on ancient Rome for high school World History. This page contains our stand-alone printables on the leading empire of the ancient European world, Rome. There are readings with questions, charts, DBQs, pop quizzes, and more.
Roman gladiators are one of the topics you will cover when teaching your KS2 children all about Ancient Rome and the Roman Empire.This can be a fun and exciting topic to cover, this gladiator information sheet is a handy addition to your KS2 lesson, helping you to cover the necessary information about the different types of gladiators.The information sheet features a colourful, hand-drawn.