Ancient Rome Social Structure
By: Olivia Farley and Sera Mikesell
Rome was a highly hierarchial and class-conscious society, but there was the possibility of mobility between most classes (indicated in the diagram above by dotted lines) because by the second century BCE class was no longer determined solely by birth.
People in Rome wear different types of clothes so they didn't have to look like to each other but this one of the most popular things to wear it is called a toga and there are different styles that you could choose from and there is one for men and woman too. The pictures I put at the top and below they could choose if they wanted to wear the same as everyone else in their class is wearing but the different classes don't want to look a like to one another so they made different styles that they could wear
In the photo down below it shows all the different togas and how people can express their class. They have very different things to go on the toga depending on the class that their in.
Ancient Roman reflected in American society
The ideas of Ancient Rome are kinda like the exact same ideas America has about its self today. We both think that we have the stronger military then everyone else who is in a different country. We all both also think that we are greater then other countries that surrounds us. We are also power hungry for more land and just wanting to gain control of most things.