in this article it talks about how the roman economy was mostly agrarian in other words relied on trade. roman economy has left practically no legacy for anyone to research except for the agrarian part which we still use. i chose this article because wikipedia tends to have good recources.
roman engineering has a massive legacy, for instance the American capital building uses the dome and also has vaults not like the vaults that hold money the other kind that is the roof. in this article aqueducts are the central idea but it talks about other forms of engineering too. i chose this article it seems like an all around good article.
in this article it talks about how roman law was used and how in influenced many modern laws throughout the western empire until about the end of the 18th century. the legacy of roman law is very important and complicated and it would take hours to talk about even a fraction of the whole thing. i chose this article because wikipedia tends to be a good source.
i chose this article because Newsela has really great articles and this one is no exception in my opinion. the legacy of roman law and citizenship is found in the U.S. today influencing much of our government. in this article the general idea is once you turn 15 your'e an adult.
in this article it states that latin was only spoken by small groups at first but gradually became the dominant language of Europe. i chose this article because it looked professional turns out it was really good. latin has a decent legacy we still teach it and still use roman numerals, i tend to think of it as the cool uncle of languages.
in this article it talks about how evident roman engineering is in our daily lives and how it is important to us being able to build the stuff we do. i chose this article was because it seemed like the right one and it said the right stuff. the legacy of roman engineering is extensive but to name a few vaulted ceilings, domes, and arches.
the legacy of mosaics goes back about 4,000 years but then it was just cons pushed into the ground to make patterns. in this article it talks about the history of mosaics and what were usually depicted in them. this article was a good choice in my opinion because it was short but to the point.
in this article it talks about how art was more of a luxury item than it was in Greece. the legacy of roman art can be seen all over the world including mosaics, frescoes, statues and all sorts of other kinds of things. i chose this article because wikipedia seemed like a solid base resource.