The English calendar is an example of a Roman legacy of writing/language. This website explains the history of the Roman calendar. It also has a list comparing 8 of the English and Latin months that we use today. There's also information about the meaning and length of the months. This article is important because it provides valid information about the calendar that we use today as a Roman legacy.
Mosaics are beautiful examples of Roman art legacy. Basically, this article shows stunning examples of Byzantine mosaics in Italy. It includes information about each mosaic like when and what buildings they're in and what the history is of the mosaics. These examples of mosaics are great for my curation because it shows how we still cherish Roman art.
The Roman's were great engineers and aqueducts are a legacy. In this article, it describes the aqueducts being used in New York City. It even says the percentages of water that supports the city. There's also a YouTube video that shows the 10 most beautiful aqueducts in the world. This article is important because it has great examples and information of how we still use this Roman legacy.
This example of a dome is a Roman legacy of architecture. This article explains the history of the United States Capitol dome, like the origin of the dome and who came up with the designs when it was first being created. It also even mentions a competition about the dome's very first design. I selected this article because it is a great example of a Roman legacy that we use today as the home of the United States Congress.
The Roman legacy of language are it's Latin root words. This website list most Latin prefixes and roots, showing how they're also used in English words. It even provides the definitions of the Latin prefixes. This is a good website for my curation because it shows how we still use Latin roots and prefixes.
A mural is an example of a Roman legacy of art. In this article, it explains 49 most impressive murals in San Francisco. Most murals are along apartments, alleys, and buildings. This article is important because it shows how people still make murals today and how creative people can be.
An example of Roman law were the positions in their government like their senates. Basically, this article explains what exactly United States senates do. Like what power they have, how long they serve for, and their responsibilities. The primary reason I selected this article is because it explains how we're using this Roman legacy today.
A Roman legacy is the rights and responsibilities of a citizen. This article explains the rights and responsibilities of U.S. citizens. U.S. citizens have rights and are able to voice their opinions or act as they wish. They also have responsibilities like paying taxes and to respect and obey the law. I selected this article because both citizens in ancient Rome and the U.S. both have similar responsibilities.