Citizenship was invented by the Romans. In this article they talk about how many states including Arizona want kids to learn more about citizenship so they are now making high school students take a "citizenship" test to graduate high school.
Stoicism was a part of religion in Rome. In this article "Gregory Sandler" explains modern Stoicism. I think he explained his opinion but he also gave a great insight of modern stoicism in general.
Roman numerals are still used all over the world. In this questionnaire/website they explained many ways they are used today for example we still use them on some clocks and for many other things.
In Rome they used the language Latin. Latin is now a deceased language but Latin did heavily influence English. Somehow three Latin phrases are printed on the US dollar bill. In this article they explain what those three phrases mean.
The Roman Empire created many engineering masterpieces/ideas that we still use today. In this article it explains many of those incredible designs and how their used today.
The Romans built many buildings and they used columns to hold them up. Ella explained the three different types of columns. Doric, Ionic and Corinthian. I selected this video because it helps prove that people are still interested in Roman art. And it shows that kids and adults can learn a lot by going to museums.
The Romans had many mosaics to make colorful mosaics all over their floors. Basically this article is about a man who found a mosaic in his shed this led to him finding a whole Roman villa buried underneath the grass in his backyard. I thought this article was interesting because it proves that there are many uncovered Roman mosaics and architecture waiting to be discovered...
The Romans made mosaics to decorate their homes and other places. I chose this article because it was very interesting how he used his own skills and tools to help out the neighborhood. He got his inspirations to do mosaics from the mosaics in Pompeii. He helps fill in potholes with many interesting designs.