What did they call men and women in Roman times?

Answer Romans spoke Latin. Latin words for man include "vir," "compleo" and "homo hominis." Vir was associated with heroism and remains at the root of English words such as "virtue" and "virile." Latin wo... Read More »

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Did women work during the Roman Empire?

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