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Thus, whether they were considered mortal, divine, or something in between, kings were a pivotal element in the process by which human beings sustained the gods and the gods in turn sustained the natural order on which all human beings depended for their survival. for Kids This helpful website provides numerous links about Ancient Rome’s daily life, schooling, people, geography and many more with a click away.

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