This article talks about the Roman legacy known as language. It talks about a girl named Olivia Lasche who is amazing at decoding prefixes and suffixes and finding their roots. This is relevant because frequently mentions Latin prefixes and suffixes.
This article is an example of a roman legacy known as, language. In this article, it talks about all of the Latin prefixes that are used now, in current times. It also talks about how all of these words supposedly came from 1923 newspapers. This article is relevant because it is a clear example on how Latin prefixes are still being used today.
This Roman legacy is known as architecture, or domes. In the article, it talks about how Congress plans to repair more than 1,000 cracks in the ceiling. This video is relevant because it is a clear representation of Roman domes.
this Roman legacy is most commonly known as domes. This video shows that Roman domes are still being used today in our architecture. I chose this video because it is a clear representation of one of the roman legacies.
This roman legacy is known as mosaics, or art. in his video, it talks about how to make your own mosaics using 1,000 year old techniques. I chose this article because it resembles an old art form that is a legacy of ancient Rome
This article is an example of a roman legacy known as mosaics. In this article, it talks about how the Millard Street Studios design over 100 banks with these mosaics and sculptures inside. I chose this video because it shows that mosaics are still around today.
This video is related to the roman legacy known as citizenship and elections. This video talks about how the electoral college works, and why it is better than pure democracy (voting by popular vote). I chose this video because it represents the democracy that the Romans once had
This article is related to a roman legacy known as elections. Elections are when the citizens of a community elect a leader based on voting. This article talks about how transgender woman Danica Roem overcame state lawmaker Bob Marshall, who would have passed a bill that would have restricted which bathrooms she could access. I chose this article because it shows that change can still happen even if it has not happened for a while (or ever).