In this article it talks bout many legacy but one main on they talk about is law/citizenship. This article explains all the main ideas how rome influenced are law. One idea is they influenced us with something called private intentional law which means conflicts between something. Another main idea they talked about was how we use republic as a model for are own government. Also, they took another idea from the romans which was criminal justice system. The primary reason i chose this article was because it deeply explained what we today use in are laws/ citizenship/ government today and what kind of laws we still have and use that were influenced.
This roman legacy is about citizenship . in this article you will learn about how we got influenced by roman citizenship. For example it explains how everyone had rights but a lot of women didn't the had very little, or any at all, rights, even though they were citizens of rome. Another thing they talked about was how whoever was in charge of the government didn't listen to anyone and did whatever they wanted.Later on the romans created a new law that everyone had rights and responsibility. The main reason why i selected this article was because it explained how everyone had their rights and privileges but they stilled need to follow the laws that were created which influenced are citizenship today.
In this this article you'll be learning about the legacy of Language/writing of Rome. Basically in this article is about how we use Latin today, for example the article explains how we use the alphabet that the Romans developed . Also we say some words that are Latin as well for example we say animal, color, horror. This article is important because it tells us how the Romans influenced are language/writing and how we use it today.
In this article its talking about the language/writing legacy. This article explains what do the words on money mean, for example, E Pluribus Unum which mean out of many, one . The primary reason why I selected this article was that it explains the Latin sayings on money and also how in English there are many Latin phares like in our money.
This roman legacy represents architecture . in this article you'll learn about how they built the building, it also talks about how long it took them to build the building which it took 6 years. they also talk about how the original church was burned down in 404 January 532. The building that is still now standing is the 6th century edifice. I selected this article because it talks about how they built the dome and structure which is one of the designs the Romans used in architecture
We will be talking about a Roman legacy which is their architecture. This article explains who designed the white house which was James Hoban. It also talks about how the white house got burned down by the Great Britain and they had to redesign it. Another main thing they talked about in the article was how they used a design that was very popular in Rome which was called porticoes. The primary reason i selected this article was that it talked about how they used a way of architecture Romans used a lot and how we now used it to design the white house and many other things for example the Lincoln memorial building.
This Roman legacy is about statues in case we'll be talking about the Lincoln Memorial. In this article you'll learn about how the congress decide to build the memorial because to slan the 16th president. also you'll learn about how the memorial workers did, for example they made masterpieces like the Lincoln memorial. This article is important because it shows how we took the romans architecture and then used it to make this building ,and also how we took their skills on making statues and made them are own.
This roman legacy is about art, more specific murals. Basically, in this article you'll learn about all 49 murals in San Francisco. Also you can learn about how all murals have their own meanings behind them. This article is important because it shows us how we took the Romans art skills and turned them into ours.