The Roman Republic, that is.
Eating with the Romans. Lovely white togas and tunics. Bread, olive oil, cheese, and raisins.
SPQR placements. "The Senate and the People of Rome!"
A reading from the book of Romans in the Bible (different time period, same people.)
Art with the Romans. Bean mosaics.
Rohan's (top) and Zahana's
Bathing with the Romans.
"History should also provide lessons in the practical affairs of men - their philosophies, their politics, and all those sorts of things - but with regard to children, it is more important to secure interest, to train the imagination and reasoning powers. Imagination comes first. With age and experience - when social and political problems begin to occupy the mind - the more serious side of historical studies can be explored." - Karen Andreola in A Charlotte Mason Companion