How They Did It - Growing Up Roman

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  • Published on:  8/30/2019
  • Experience daily life in ancient Rome through the eyes of a baby growing up roman from an infant to a teenager and eventually an adult. Go to https://squarespace.com/Invicta to get a free trial and 10% off your first purchase.In this How They Did It documentary episode we bring history to life by exploring the family setting before covering the major milestones of early life. The major sections include:Family Setting: The structure of a Roman family centered around the paterfamiliasChildbirth: How Roman mothers delivered their childrenInfancy: Naming a baby an raising it properlyChildhood: Early tutelage by a nurse and pedagoguesTeenager: Going to school and attaining freedomsAdulthood: Marriage and starting a familyVideo CreditsResearch: Chris Das Neves (@Celebreth on Twitter)Script: Chris Das NevesArt: Beverly JohnsonEditing: InvictaBibliography and suggested readingThe Oxford Handbook of Roman Epigraphy, specifically the chapter “Women in the Roman World,” eds. Christer Bruun and Jonathan EdmondsonGrowing Up and Growing Old in Ancient Rome, by Mary Harlow and Ray LaurenceRoman Marriage: Iusti Coniuges from the Time of Cicero to the Time of Ulpian, by Susan TreggiariAdults and Children in the Roman Empire, by Thomas WiedemannEducation in Ancient Rome: from the elder Cato to the younger Pliny, by Stanley BonnerRestless Youth in Ancient Rome, by Emiel Eyben, trans. Dr. Patrick DalyThe Roman Family, by Suzanne Dixon#Roman#History
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