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Acknowledgments – Year 7 Primary unit

Although this publication is copyright ESA, it contains material from other sources which is not owned by ESA. On the unit home page the image Britannicus, son of the Roman emperor Claudius: Detail of a statue of his mother Messalina, in the Louvre (Paris), is by Gautier Poupeau CC-BY-2.0. In Sequence 1 the photo Ancient Roman silver plate in the Hermitage Museum in Russia, public domain image, no copyright. In Sequence 2 the photo titled Pompeii, The Forum, which is thought to have been taken between 1890 and 1900, is a public domain image, no copyright. In Sequence 3 the artwork The Younger Pliny Reproved, colourised copperplate print by Thomas Burke (1749–1815), is a public domain image, no copyright. In Sequence 4 the photo The Pantheon in Rome, is by yeowatzup CC-BY-2.0. In Sequence 5 the cover of A Visitor's Guide to Ancient Rome by Lesley Sims and Louie Stowell, Usbourne Publishing, London, reproduced with permission of Usborne Publishing, © Usborne Publishing, 2009. In Sequence 6, the cover and 12 pages in extracts from The Roman News by Andrew Langley and Philip de Souza, Candlewick Press, reproduced with permission of Walker Books, text © Andrew Langley 1996. In Sequences 7, 8 and 9 the cover from The Assassins of Rome by Caroline Lawrence, Orion Children’s Books, London, 2002 is reproduced with permission of Orion Children’s Books. In Sequences 7 and 9 extracts in quotes from The Assassins of Rome by Caroline Lawrence, Orion Children»s Books, London, 2002 are reproduced with permission of Orion Children’s Books © Caroline Lawrence 2002. In Sequence 10 the translation of the first lines of ‘The creation of the world’ from the beginning of Metamorphoses, the poem ‘The Golden Age’ from the same text, translated by Sir Samuel Garth, John Dryden et al., 1717 are copyright free and published on the Classics website at the Massachussets Institute of Technology. In Sequences 10 and 11 the book cover and pages 14–16 of Shapeshifters: Tales from Ovid’s Metamorphoses, retold by Adrian Mitchell and Illustrated by Alan Lee are © Frances Lincoln Children’s Books, are reproduced with permission; this material may be used, reproduced, communicated and adapted free of charge for non-commercial educational purposes until 31 August 2018. In Sequence 12 the cover of Rome Antics by David Macaulay, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1997 is reproduced with permission of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Source for content descriptions in curriculum summary tables for units of work: Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA).