Slaves in Ancient Rome Primary Source Analysis and Creative Activity

Slaves in Ancient Rome Primary Source Analysis and Creativ
Slaves in Ancient Rome Primary Source Analysis and Creativ
Slaves in Ancient Rome Primary Source Analysis and Creativ
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Students read a 1 page primary source on slavery in Ancient Rome (from the point of view of how to own a slave) and answer 8 questions. They make a pamphlet where they educate other Ancient Romans on why and how to have slaves while also acknowledging a different point of view. The instructions clearly lay out the expectations for students. This would be great for a sub and the answers are included where appropriate!

Sample questions include:
--In what ways were slaves’ lives limited, or restricted?
--Why do you think Cato wrote this “how to keep a slave” information this in the first place?
--Determine the importance of rationing wine and olives to the slave owner.
--What kind of Roman would have wanted a manual like this?

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Slaves in Ancient Rome Primary Source Analysis and Creativ
Slaves in Ancient Rome Primary Source Analysis and Creativ
Slaves in Ancient Rome Primary Source Analysis and Creativ
Slaves in Ancient Rome Primary Source Analysis and Creativ