Roman scroll of the general and dictator Caesar.
The genuine Roman scrolls in the Roman store are written according to ancient Latin sources: This is classical literature - as in this case the text about the Roman general and dictator Caesar - on genuine, hand-made papyrus.
- length: approx. 1,20 m
- printed in German
- with roman character set
Roman scroll with classic text for the book wall!
All texts are printed in German according to the classical Latin translation and printed in a Roman unicial on the Roman scroll. All papyrus pages are individually glued together and attached to the wooden scrolls. This is an authentic way to teach your students what it was like to read a book for the ancient Romans! This ancient book form, the scroll on real papyrus can be ideally used in Latin, history, and also in art lessons. The Roman Shop also offers blank papyrus scrolls that you can design and write on with your students. With the blank scroll craft kit, you can have students make their own Roman writing in just about 15 minutes.
Roman scroll with classic texts
The ancient scroll contains Roman texts in German as well as lore from ancient authors - for example, Sueton's "Ancient Accounts of the Dictator Gaius Julius Caesar" on real papyrus. Students are sure to find a whole new approach to classical literature in this way.
Authentic ancient scrolls with Sueton's work
Almost completely preserved is Sueton's most famous work, which appeared after 120 AD: De vita Caesarum, the emperor's biographies. Suetonius dedicated this eight-book work to his patron Septicius Clarus. It contains twelve biographies of Roman autocrats. First, a biography of Gaius Iulius Caesar (until 44 B.C., who is not referred to as emperor in research); then Emperor Augustus (27 B.C.-14 AD) and ten of his successors: Tiberius (14-37), Caligula (37-41), Claudius (41-54), Nero (54-68), Galba (68-69),Otho (69), Vitellius (69), Vespasian (69-79), Titus (79-81), and Domitian (81-96). If you would like to learn more about the Roman emperors, have a look at the Roman encyclopedia of the Forum Traiani!
Ancient scroll: off to the cista! - Mobile "bookcase
We make special antique 'cista' by hand from willow, in which the Roman scrolls were already kept in ancient times. They are decorative and stylish in the living room, scriptorium and certainly impress the students, because they are a "mobile book wall"!
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