Roman Fort

Publisher: Frances Lincoln

Review

If you want to know how Roman roads were really built or you're interested in the ins and outs of Roman toilets then this is the book for you! The reader is shown a range of aspects of Roman life and reflects on what life was like for soldiers, their families and the slaves who served them.

The information in this book is shared in a variety of ways using different fonts and positions on the page. The illustrations support the text in conveying the wide range of information it presents and in bringing the information to life. If you enjoyed this book you might also enjoy Pharoah's Egypt.

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