How did the Romans travel around?

Did the Romans have cars?

Transportation in Ancient Rome was different from today’s world. They didn’t have cars or airplanes, but they developed an impressive transportation system with highways, horse-drawn chariots, and boats.

How did the Romans travel around Britain?

Roman roads

The Romans knew that the shortest distance from one place to another is a straight line. So they made all their roads as straight as possible to get around quickly. They built their roads on foundations of clay, chalk and gravel.

What did the Romans wear?

Important Roman men would wear a long robe called a toga made from white wool or linen. Women wore a longer tunic than men which went down to their ankles. They would wear a dress called a stola over their tunics which fastened at the shoulders. Rich Roman women would wear long tunics made from expensive silk.

What did the Romans eat?

The Romans primarily ate cereals and legumes, usually with sides of vegetables, cheese, or meat and covered with sauces made out of fermented fish, vinegar, honey, and various herbs and spices. While they had some refrigeration, much of their diet depended on which foods were locally and seasonally available.

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