The Romans borrowed the idea of a calender from the Greeks, and then they ignored the 61 remaining days we also borrowed the idea of the Roman calender and like the Romans we changed some of calender and made it our own. THis website explains the calender how the Romans made it and it tells you how to read it. I chose this website because it shows you their cander and how it affected us today.
The Romans spoke Latin which has many connections to english, the Romans legacy of language and writing is still used today. This is a presentation which gives you loads of information on the connections between Latin and English and the calender and lots of important legacy's that have to do with our language. I chose to curate this because it holds some very cool connections in our language and lots of examples of the legacy.
The Romans were the start to our government they governed Rome similer to how ours is run. They passed down this legacy of government for example they voted for their leaders and we do to they had multiple people making desicions we do to. This article gives you multiple key points about the Roman legacy and info that some of us didnt know. I curated the ducksters website because it explains how their goverment affected our style of goverment that is used now.
One major Roman legacy was being a citizen, in Rome they would have citizens but they could only be men, and some other stupid excuse so that women could not be a citizen, but it all started in Rome where there were citizens that could vote, voting became huge everywhere and was a important thing that the Romans passed down. This website gives you information on being a citizen and to vote. I chose this article because it clearly shows the legacy of the Romans and how we slowly tweaked the legacy around to make it our own.
The Romans influenced our architecture with vaults, domes and other types of building. This website is great it talks about how the Romans influenced our building styles but also it shows you famous building that have the Roman legacy, you can read about all these great Roman styled buildings. I chose this website because I thought it was amazing (and because it was the only other website I could find about vaults or domes) it tells you about the different architecture types and gives you the names of the buildings and it explains the Roman legacy.
Romans put dome roofs on their buildings domes are shaped like a half circle or hemisphiere, our generation still uses this type of architecture today. This website shows you multiple famous domed buildings that are very beautiful, also it tells you where it is and gives you information about the buildings. I chose this website because it teaches you the legacy of the Romans and their building styles.
The Romans made pictures of things but made them out of glass and tiles these were called mosaics Romans put mosaics in the houses of wealthy families they usualy were pictures of Roman life, this style of art was passed down many years and you can see them in sanfransisco or we even have some in our school. This website shows you different mosaics so that if you want to make one you just look this site up and you can get pretty cool ideas. I chose this website because it shows you some cool mosaics that show our generation of style mixed with the style of the Romans mixed together, also you can use this website for other things such as clothes and trending things that dont only have to do with Roman art.
The Romans passed down the legacy of art to us for example Murals. Murals were a legacy of art that became popular in many places, if you walk down the streets of San fransisco you have a big chance of seeing one. This article shows you cool Murals and where to find them also it gives you details about the Mural and what it means. I selected this article becauseI think its a great website to look at and shows you cool art that you can go see for yourself.