Romans vs. Carthaginians - Text & Labelling

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Marion Wadowski
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published on 14 April 2020
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This activity has been designed to fit a 20-30-minute slot for your class and is suitable for both online and classroom teaching, as well as homeschooling. 

Students have to label the illustrations of Roman and Carthaginian soldiers, based on a text. It is part of our Roman Warfare and Battles pack where you can find:

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Caesar in Gaul
Caesar in Gaul
by The Creative Assembly / SEGA (Copyright)

Our Roman Warfare and Battles lesson pack covers the following topics:

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Marion Wadowski
Marion heads AHE's educational activities. She has been working in education for over a decade, both children and adults. Coupling this with her entrepreneurial background, her goal is to help make history fun to learn and easy to teach.

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