Drusilla is a Roman girl who loves to eat, but doesn’t know how precious her favorite foods are. In this tale featuring all kinds of Romans living within, and beyond their means, will Drusilla discover how fortunate she is?
- 38 unique words (excluding names, different forms of words, and meaning established within the text)
- total word count: 2000
- 61 pages of text (large font)
Information for teachers
Drusilla in Subura offers a glimpse into multicultural Rome beyond the wealthy class. It works works well with any unit on Roman apartment buildings, neighborhoods, social classes, and could be well-suited for students interested in reading Petronius’ Cena Trimalchionis.
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