Ever wonder about life for the youth of Ancient Rome? TED-ed has a couple splendidly narrated and animated videos about just that. In “A Glimpse of Teenage Life in Ancient Rome” we follow a teenage boy throughout a day, and the same goes for girls in “Four Sisters in Ancient Rome.” Turns out the Ancient Romans had an ingenious system that guarded against accidentally calling their daughters by the wrong name.

Image: “Picking Flowers From the Courtyard,” Luigi Bazzani, 1927, via Wikimedia Commons