This article shows their opinion of the Top 10 ancient Roman art created. It shows the different varieties of art including statues, paintings, and sculptures. I chose this article because I think it shows a good bit about each of the pieces of art, showing a brief bit of history about each. This article also shows the year the art was made, and how the art looks today.
The Main Roman language was Latin. Basically this article is about how Latin is a language where the grammar relies on word order and the prefixes and suffixes are connected to English because we use the same ones. I selected this article because it explains about the Latin language and how the Romans used it.
Bridges were a big part of Rome. This article explains the history of roman bridges, and how the stone arch bridges were semicircular and made of stone. It also explains how they needed bridges to cross since there was a lot of water, and that roman road builders built over 900 bridges during the life of Roman Republic and Empire. I chose this article because it gives a good explanation of how bridges were built, and how they influenced the Romans.
This article explains how an aqueduct is a channel made to construct water. Aqueducts carry water across a gap or from one side or the other, and they are used instead of a path, road, or railway. I chose this article because it explains the history of aqueducts, and what they are used for. Aqueducts were first used by Romans to supply a water fountain at the city's market. As you can see, aqueducts are very useful for moving water from place to place
This article will tell you about the first early Roman paintings, which were on plaster. The primary reason I chose this article is that it explains the history of Roman art and painting, and how their art evolved over the years. I chose this article because it gives good explanation of their different styles of painting and how they would paint. This is a good example of the different styles of painting, where they painted, and how roman painting changed over time.
I chose this video because if you want to see what Ancient Rome was like, this video explains it. It shows Roman buildings and architecture in 3D, so you can really know how the towns looked. This video also shows examples of Roman art, which was statues. This is a good example of a town in Ancient Rome because you can see the different styles of buildings, architecture, and you can see the whole town in this short video.
This article explains the Law and Citizen in Rome. Rome believed that everyone should be able to vote, like we do. I chose this article because it shows how Roman law is similar to our law. It explains how Rome created a government that was used by other countries for many years. It also explains about the Roman Senate, and how it started as a 100 member advisory group for the Roman Kings. This is a good example as to how our government was formed, and how it was similar to the Romans'.
This article gives a summary on how Roman numerals are written and the history of Roman numerals. It also explains how Roman numerals are used today. From clocks, books chapter numbers, and movie titles, Roman numerals are still a big part of today. I chose this article because it explains the history of Roman numerals and how to write them.
I chose this article because it explains about how in 450 BCE there was the creation of the Twelve Tables, the first Roman law code. This is a good example of Roman citizenship for my curation. This article explains that the women had no share in the politics of Rome. This article also explains about the invasion of Italy by General Hannibal in the 2nd Punic War and how any Latin that settled in Rome could have citizenship
I chose this article because it shows the materials used by Romans to make sculptures. It also shows evolution of their statues over time, and how they improved. This is a good example of Roman art for my curation. This article explains about the different sculptures' history and where they were made.
This article is a good example of Roman architecture. A lot of Roman buildings have domed roofs. It explains what a dome is as well. I chose this article because it is a great example of Roman architecture and it shows the different styles of domes, such as the Geodesic dome and the Oval dome. This article is important because domes on buildings were a big part of Roman architecture.
This website explains what a vault is, what they are made of, and how they are used in Roman architecture. This article is important because builders in Rome used domes on their buildings. I chose this article because it explains the history of vaults, and how they evolved over time. It also explains how two barrel vaults that intersect at right angles form a groin vault. This website tells us the history of vaults as well.