A Question of History: Did Romans really eat flamingos? And other questions about the Romans

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Discover the weird and wacky history of the Romans!

Who was the maddest Roman emperor? Why didn't the Romans use toilet paper? And just how dangerous was a Roman tortoise? A Question of History: Ancient Rome answers all these questions and much more.

With an engaging question and answer format, this series draws young readers into the fascinating, sometimes gruesome, world of famous peoples and civilisations through history. Each spread opens with a simple question, opening up an exploration of an aspect of the life of a people or civilisation and busting some popular myths along the way!

The lively design is supported by annotated photos and cartoons, making history fun and accessible for readers aged 8+.

Titles in the series:
What happened the pharaoh's brain? And other questions about the Ancient Egyptians
Did the kings of Benin really keep pet leopards? And other questions about the kingdom of Benin
Did the Celts really use hair gel? And other questions about the Stone Age, Iron Age and Bronze Age
Why did the ancient Greeks use elephants in battle? And other questions about the ancient Greeks
Why did the Maya stick needles in their tongues? And other questions about the Maya
Did the Romans really eat flamingos? And other questions about the Romans
Why did the Shang write on turtles? And other questions about the Shang Dynasty
Did the Vikings really wear horns on their helmets? And other questions about the Vikings

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Price
£8.99
Publisher
Hachette Children's Group
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Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781526315335
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