The Seven Kings of Ancient Rome
Before the Roman Republic was formed Rome was a monarchy.
There were seven kings. They were as follows:
Romulus, 753 – 714 B.C.
Numa Pompilius, 714 – 671
Tullus Hostilius, 671 – 642
Ancus Martius, 642 – 617
Tarquinius Priscus, 617- 579
Services Tullius, 579 – 535
Tarquinius Superbus, 535 – 509
Thereafter Rome became a Republic and was ruled by elected officials. At the head of the government were two annually elected consuls.
When the Republic finally fell Rome became an Empire and was ruled by one man, the Emperor.
The first Roman Emperor was Augustus who reigned from 27 B.C. until 14 A. D.
Roman History Day is factual and fun. It is a great WOW day for Primary Schools and can be booked for KS1 or KS2.
The content and style of presentation is age appropriate and allowance is made for different levels of ability.
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