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Hadrian's Wall (pt 3/4)
Hadrian's Wall (pt 3/4)

Duration: 02:32

The civilian settlements which grew up outside Roman forts.

 
Pompeii: food and where you ate it
Pompeii: food and where you ate it

Duration: 04:32

How bread was produced and where the rich and poor people of Pompeii ate their daily food.

 
Pompeii: life on the streets?
Pompeii: life on the streets?

Duration: 03:09

Mary Beard walks around the streets of Naples, drawing parallels between the modern city and ancient Pompeii.

 
The importance of bread in Ancient Rome
The importance of bread in Ancient Rome

Duration: 06:17

Professor Mary Beard examines the importance of the grain supply to Rome's position as a 'consumer city'.

 
The production of bread in the Roman world
The production of bread in the Roman world

Duration: 03:58

A visit to the remains of a Roman bakery at Ostia and an experiment demonstrating how kneading machines in bakeries might have worked.

 

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