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Roman Websites

 

This Way to the Northern Frontier

Tribes and Romans in Northern Britain

This website allows pupils to explore many related ideas, such as why the Romans came here, who resisted their invasion, what they ate, how they worshipped.  It does this through a colourful, informative and user-friendly series of pages.  Children's own pictures, writing, pottery and drama add an extra dimension of inspiration.

Maps of the Roman Empire
Who were the Romans?

An interactive site for 7-10 year olds about the Romans and especially the Romans in Britain.

BBC Schools - The Romans

Dress for battle, visit the Forum or find out how Caesar hid his bald spot on our tour of the Roman Empire.

border Roman Gods

Also contains links to information on days of the week, month names, the solar system, seven wonders of the world, roman numbers, roman mazes and design your own mosaic.

Hadrian's Wall

What did it look like? Why was it built?

WH Logo World Heritage Site
Museum of London

Found out about the Roman people, town life, crafts & trades, invasion & settlements, beliefs and army.

The Roman Baths logo The official site of The Roman Baths

Take a tour of the baths, learn about the history and see the collections.

Other Roman websites you might like to visit
Shows This Title Page Illustrated History of the Roman Empire