The Eaton Gallery of Rome spans more than 1000 years of history from its early developments to a vast empire spreading over 3 continents. Students explore different aspects of life in the Roman world, comparing values in different regions of the empire, telling the story of Roman expansion, and illustrating the manners in which Roman ideas influenced local cultures. In the lab, students examine authentic artifacts reflecting several themes from military technology to lifestyles and occupations of its inhabitants.
Do not combine with the following topics due to similar content:
Ancient Civilizations: World History to the 16th Century
Rome Lab for Latin Students Lab
Maximum 70 people (including students, teachers, educational assistants and supervisors) at one time.
Availability subject to change.