February 12, 2021 at 7:58 am #40735
Aula Flavia PhilippaDenarii: 𐆖 237.40PlebeiusSarmatia
Sarmatia sends greetings to the Senate and the People of Rome.
In September 2020, 5 projects were established by the Proconsul of the Roman Republic Titus Flavius Severus, which are being implemented within the Provincia Sarmatia. Most of these projects existed and were implemented by us before, however, they received legal registration in the form of an Edicts only in September 2020, when Sarmatia officially received its governor. All these projects, although they have different purposes, are linked by one thing – including advertising and promotion of the Roman Republic, since real activity best of all contributes to the achievement of the goals and objectives of the Roman Republic.
Our activity and its benefits are quite obvious for the Sarmatians, and we do not really need its advertising, however, in order to share our successes and activate other Roman citizens for such active real actions, we decided, if possible, to publish relevant reports on the implementation of these projects, and the first of these will be the «Prospero» project.
The main objectives of the project «Prospero» are: the education, dissemination and popularization of Roman culture and history among children, adolescents and youth. Within the framework of the Roman Republic, it is being implemented on the basis of the Edictum proconsulis 73-03: Creation of the project «Prospero» of September 8, 2020, and has been in effect for six months.
Over the past six months, the project «Prospero» has covered 53 children aged 10 to 16, some of them from disadvantaged families, classes were conducted in 3 groups, in total 32 classes were held.
The course is built of three elements, the material is presented in a simple and understandable form, including in a playful way, so children can easily learn it. It all starts with the general history of Rome and antiquity, then there is a block of Roman virtues using the example of historical characters and events, and then a block of game training with safe objects. The basis is the teaching of Roman virtues, revealed in theory on the example of Roman history, and therefore in training in a team.
Children are delighted with the program, after a couple of classes, many children want to become a part of Rome. Naturally, due to their age, they cannot become citizens of Roman Republic. Nevertheless, the most important thing is that «Prospero» fosters love for Rome and ancient history in young hearts, and this is great!
Children’s joy is the best gift, but «Prospero» performs quite understandable social functions, in addition, it directly realizes the goals and objectives of the Roman Republic set out in the Declaration.
The cost of the «Prospero» project was $ 550, part of the funds were provided by the treasury of Sarmatia, part of the personal donations of the Sarmatians. The course is free for the children themselves, so in fact it is a charitable project carried out by the Roman Republic through Sarmatia.
I would like to mention the people without whom this project would not have been implemented:
L. Flavius Theophilus has contributed his teaching experience to this project and adapted the course program to the needs of the children.
Ti. Flavius Nerva is an excellent specialist with vast experience in working with children, who has invested his enthusiasm and a lot of time in the project.
T. Flavius Severus is a great project coordinator who has invested most of the funds in the project.
For children, the Prospero project is not just boring activities, it is an exciting adventure in Roman history that comes to life in their eyes. We consider the project to be quite successful in every sense, including in achieving the tasks facing the Republic, especially since this activity is carried out not on the Internet, but in real life, these are real actions and real deeds.
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