This is a package of printable classroom resources about Agrippina the Younger developed by The Partial Historians podcast and the highly talented Bridget Clarke.
Agrippina the Younger was a member of the infamous Julio-Claudian dynasty that ruled Ancient Rome at the beginning of the first century CE. Agrippina was the sister, wife and mother of emperors, but she was a complicated character in her own right and her life is a continuing source of fascination. These resources feature artwork and information that highlights the different ways that Agrippina has been represented, particularly in the ancient source material. Perfect entry point for historiography and debates about Agrippina, or Roman imperial women.
This package contains FIVE printable A1 posters PLUS tips on how to use them in the classroom:
- Each poster features a slightly different configuration of the artwork and information, so you are guaranteed to find a combination that will suit your class.
- You can also print these posters out for display around the classroom.
Thank you for supporting our collaboration with Bridget Clarke. We love bringing ancient history to life!
This package contains FIVE printable A1 posters PLUS tips on how to use them in the classroom