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Tunic
A Roman man's undergarment
Stola
A Roman woman's undergarment
Toga
The garment that went over a Roman man's tunic
Palla
The shawl like garment that went over a Roman woman's stola
bread and water
What did a typical Roman breakfast consist of?
The almost daily exchange between a freedman and his former slave, during which the former master gave his freedman (or client) small sums of money or employed him in one of his businesses
What was the Salutatio?
Atrium
Where would the salutatio take place?
Clientes
The freedmen who greeted their former masters in the 'salutatio'
Patron
Caecilius was his clients' _____, or former master
Forum
A place of assembly for the people in ancient Rome; marketplace
mensa
table
Fish or meat with fruit and bread
What did lunch consist of?
Midday
When was lunch?
Cena
What was the main meal of the day called?
Late afternoon into the evening
When was dinner?
They reclined while they ate
How did upper class families eat?
Eggs, fish, raw and cooked vegetables, mutton, beef, pork, poultry, fruit, nuts, cheese, sweet dishes, and wine.
What might an average dinner consist of?