By Lincoln Peirce
Nate Wright has a nostril (and a penchant) for hassle. So he's no longer one to be stunned through a pop quiz popping up.
Aspiring cartoonist Nate Wright is the big name of massive Nate, the day-by-day and Sunday cartoon and a favourite middle-grade booklet personality. Nate is eleven years outdated, four-and-a-half ft tall, and the all time checklist holder for detentions at school heritage. He's a self-described genius and 6th grade Renaissance guy. Nate, who lives along with his dad and older sister, enjoys pestering his family members and lecturers along with his sarcasm.
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He is said to have been extremely truthful and sincere and to have worked honestly in a system that was full of dishonest and unfair people. FULL NAME Marcus Porcius Cato Uticensis LIVED 95–46 BCE IN OFFICE Between 63 and 55 TITLE Praetor 32 | ANCIENT ROMANS BCE Marcus Licinius Crassus Marcus Junius Brutus Crassus played an important role in the transformation of the Roman Republic into the Roman Empire. He is also famous for being the wealthiest man in ancient Rome. He became more important after defeating the slave leader Spartacus.
FULL NAME Marcus Claudius Marcellus LIVED c. 268–208 BCE IN OFFICE 222–208 BCE TITLE Consul Marcellus earned the title “Sword of Rome” because of his triumphs on the battleﬁeld. Cato the Elder Cato was notable for his conservative outlook. He wanted to get rid of the Greek influence on Roman life, which he believed was harming traditional Roman principles and discipline. FULL NAME Marcus Porcius Cato LIVED 234–149 BCE IN OFFICE 195–184 BCE TITLE Consul, censor Cato the Younger Great-grandson of Cato the Elder, Cato the Younger is well known for opposing Julius Caesar and promoting the Republic.
It was flexible, allowing for movement, but was so heavy that the soldiers had to help each other put it on and lace it up. SIZE About 14 in (35 cm) MATERIAL Iron USED BY Legionary UNIFORM AND ARMOR | 49 Shield Sandals The Roman legionary also carried a scutum, a huge wooden shield, for protection. The handle in the middle had a metal cover on the outside, called a boss. This could be used to strike any enemy who got too close. Military sandals, or caligae, were as important as body armor. The soldier’s ability to march quickly and over long distances was vital to the army’s success.
Big Nate: I Smell a Pop Quiz! by Lincoln Peirce