the Romans believed that only citizens should vote for their leader. This article explains how we use citizenship today. I selected this article because it relates to the Romans and how they agreed to citizenship.
The Romans used Roman Numerals so that they could easily price different goods and services. in this article its talks about how we use Roman numerals today. This article is important because it teaches how we use it today and it connects to Roman writing.
The Romans used American money to put latin language on it. In this article, it's talking about Aureus and how money was first named nummus witch means gold money. The primary reason I selected this article was that it connects to Romans language and writing.
The Romans used domes to make structure. Basically, this article is about the capitols dome and how its the most famous man made landmark in America. I selected this article because it connects to the Romans and how they use domes.
The Romans used aqueducts to bring water in to the city so people could drink. This article explains how the aqueducts work and where aqueducts are located at. This article is important because the Romans used aqueducts to bring water to the city.
The Romans used statues to worship there leader. In this article they talk about the statue of liberty and how it was gift of friendship from the people of France. I selected this article because the Romans used statues and it connects to roman art
The Romans used murals to decorate houses. Basically, this article is about different types of murals in Berkeley some are popular and easy to recognize. Other are hidden. The primary reason I selected this article was that it connects to Roman art.