I went to Orientalis a museum not far from where I used to live and which you can read more about here together with my mum and hubby. There was a Roman day so good reason to check it out. The roman empire started 27 BC till 395 AD
There were lots of crafts being shown like this man weaving a basket
In the Roman city we bumped into a Roman, wearing a toga . All roman citizens were required to wear a toga
and this maiden was lucky to be carried around by the Roman lads
Nothing better than freshly baked bread from the oven
The Romans were in the first place powerful because of its army. They conquered Britain up to the middle East.
Time for a drink from a terracotta jug
The soldiers usually line up in a tight formation, called testudo formation (meaning tortoise)
Soldiers spend most of their time training for battles but also built roads, fords and aqueducts.
My husband found his mission. he is now on guard