The Ancient Times

News about the Past

Thesis

Ancient Rome had many options for jobs, depending on the Social Class they are in. They had many jobs we have in America today!

Conclusion

The Roman slaves and Proletariats were poor and couldn't get good jobs, Plebeians had decent jobs, and a lot of options. Patricians didn't have too many or to little job options, but they were the 'most important' jobs, and the jobs relating to ruling the nation. This show the Romans job options depend on the social class they are in.

Annotated Bibliography

Ferrissher, Julie. Everyday Life in the Ancient World. New York, New York: Kingfisher

Publications Plc, 2002.

This book is about what ancient times were like in 3 different civilizations. It helped me come up with questions.


http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ancient/romans/social_structure_01.shtml

This site explains what the social classes are and how they were grouped. I

used it to list the social classes in ancient Rome.





"What Jobs Did the Ancient Romans Do?" Ask. Web. 21 Apr. 2016.

This gave me some jobs. It tells about Ancient Roman social classes.

Andrews, Evan. "10 Things You May Not Know About Roman Gladiators." History.com. A&E

Television Networks, 04 Mar. 2014. Web. 21 Apr. 2016.

I used this site to help with gladiators. It tells why anyone could have been a gladiator.


http://www.britannica.com/topic/vigiles

This site talks about firemen. I used it to help me with what jobs they had.


The Editors of Encyclopædia Britannica. "Proletariat."Encyclopedia Britannica Online.

Encyclopedia Britannica. Web. 25 Apr. 2016.

I used this site for the jobs of the Proletariat class. It focuses on Proletariats and their lives.


Dowling, Mike. "Patricians and Plebeians." -History for Kids-mrdowling.com. Web. 25 Apr. 2016.

I used this for jobs on Plebeians and Patricians. It gives lots of facts about these two

social classes.


"Slavery: Ancient Roman Mosaic." -- Kids Encyclopedia. Web. 05 May 2016.

This site tells about slavery in Ancient Rome. I used it for a picture.


"Khan Academy." Khan Academy. Web. 06 May 2016.

This website contains information about a Roman Patrician statue. I used it for a picture.