Roman Baths, Bath
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Topics we’ve covered in this Roman round up include: Roman Lopndon, Roman gods, Roman army, Roman baths, Roman art, Roman food and Boudicca.
The Museum of London answers all of your questions about life in Roman London, which was called Londinium. The Londinium game doesn’t work any more, but there is still lots of useful information on the site.
Gods of Roman Britain
The Romans worshipped many gods. You can see some objects showing the Roman gods and discover lots about them on the British Museum website.© Roman Baths, Bath
Find out what life was like for a Roman soldier and learn about the equipment he carried with him on Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery's website. You can also examine this Roman helmet from Canterbury Roman Museum.
Ever wondered what Roman baths were like? The Roman Bath Museum in Bath reveals all the facts.
The Romans were famous for the amazing mosaics they made. Check out these marvellous mosaics, at Fishbourne Roman Palace or this fantastic floor mosaic from a Roman villa in Lullingstone.© Fishbourne Roman Palace / Sussex Archaeological SocietyRoman food
Not just stuffed dormice! Here are some less gross Roman recipes based on primary evidence that you can try at home.
Or maybe you’d like to try your hand at a bread recipe that’s 2000 years old!
Boudicca was the leader of a tribe called the Iceni, and they lived in the East of England. She rebelled against the invading Romans and was killed in battle. The Museum of London can answer your questions about her.
The St. Albans Museum has some paintings which show what artists think Boudica’s battle of Verulamium might have looked like (Verulamium was a Roman town near St. Albans).
Fun fact: there is a legend that Boudicca’s final resting place is under King’s Cross Station. Seeing as they found Richard III in a car park, we're sure anything is possible!
If you want to find out more about this legendary warrior queen, you can discover lots of fun facts in our Boudicca Topic Guide.
- Topics we’ve covered in this Roman round up include: Roman Lopndon, Roman gods, Roman army, Roman baths, Roman art, Roman food and Boudicca.