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SPQR Online: The Life, The Times, The Legacy
"SPQR" :stands for "Senatus Populusque Romanus." ["The Senate and People of Rome."] This Latin motto of the Ancient Roman Empire that sounded imperial glory for millennia. Enter SPQR Online, and explore the interactive journey through the society and culture of Ancient Rome - a city whose influence continues to exert itself on modern civilization. A knowledge database, SPQR Online provides a comprehensive resource on the legacy of this great empire. Included are surveys to help the web development team better adapt the site to users, Teacher Forums for educators to collaborate with one another in making Ancient Rome and Latin both more fun and exciting for students. Other interactive features, such as a Roman postcard generator and mailing list, help make SPQR Online a web resource for student and teacher alike. "Veni, Vidi, Vici" never sounded so good.
DanielKemps Landing Magnet School, Virginia Beach, VA, United States
ClaudiaKantonsschule Romanshorn, Altnau, Switzerland
NoahKemps Landing Magnet School, Virginia Beach, VA, United States
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Debra RollinsVirginia Beach City Public School, Va. Beach, VA, United States
Patricia TerryVa Beach City Public Schools, Va. Beach, VA, United States
History & Government > Ancient Civilizations & Archaeology > Roman Empire