Enemies of god romans - Slaves of rome - 2


Slaves of rome - 2 - Enemies of god romans

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History gtgt ancient rome as in many ancient civilizations slavery played a big part in the culture of rome slaves performed much of the labor and hard work that helped to.

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The price of slaves varied greatly captives sold on a battlefield did not cost much because generals were eager for quick sales and on the trip back to rome dealers were sure of heavy losses from disease fatigue and especially suicide.

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The roman writer seneca believed that masters should treat their slaves well as a well treated slave would work better for a good master rather than just doing enough begrudgingly for someone who treated their slaves badly.

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Slavery in ancient rome differed from its modern forms in that it was not based on race but like modern slavery it was an abusive and degrading institution.

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The roman slave had no rights they could not marry nor have a traditional family many did not even have a name slaves could not own property.

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women and slavery in ancient rome at first slaves were the men and women taken prisoner as rome conquered more and more territory their children helped ensure a continuing supply.

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Span classnews_dt05062016spannbsp018332the living conditions and expectations of slaves in ancient rome were versatile ly linked to their occupations slaves involved in exhausting activities such as agriculture and mining did not enjoy promising prospects.

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prostitution in ancient rome was legal and licensed in ancient rome even roman men of the highest social status were free to engage prostitutes of either sex without incurring moral disapproval as long as they demonstrated selfcontrol and moderation in the frequency and enjoyment of sex.

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La ville de rome est situ233e au centre de la p233ninsule italienne au sud de leurope et dans une position centrale du bassin m233diterran233en le site m234me de la ville avec ses sept collines et un espace mar233cageux au bord du tibre dans la plaine du latium est propice aux 233changes commerciaux.

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