The Roman legacy, even influenced us with beliefs and philosophy. In this article, it talks about where stoicism began and how it became a popular belief in the Roman Empire. I selected this article because, stoicism was a popular belief in the Roman Empire and this philosophy of stoicism influences us today.
The Roman legacy even influenced the U.S. government, law, and citizenship. Basically this article is about, how citizenship works in America and we use most of the same rules in America as in the Roman empire. This article is important because citizenship and laws are very important in the U.S. because the law helps run the country. In Rome citizens had a right in what happen in the country and the same citizenship rules apply the U.S. too.
The Roman legacy that we still use after thousands of years, is the Romans language and alphabet. This article explains the hundreds of words and prefixes in the English language that was based off of the Romans. This article is good for my curation because it shows one of the ways the Romans have influenced the United States.
An important Roman legacy that we still use today is the Roman calendar. This article explains that the calendar that was influenced by the Romans, is called the Julian calendar which was named after the Pope. This article is important because we track time and days. The way we track time is by the Romans calendar.
Many of the Romans architecture and engineering, is used in the United States. This article is shows that the Romans influenced the U.S. with their architecture and engineering. The primary reason why I selected this article is because, the article is about how the capitol building used the architecture of an ancient Roman temple to build the building.
The Roman empire, influenced many countries around the world, including the United States. In this article it shows California's famous aqueduct that carries water from Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta to the San Joaquin Valley. This is a good article for my curation because, this aqueduct was influenced by a Roman legacy, because the Romans also used aqueducts to transport water to their city.
The Roman legacy influenced the Bay Area with many things including statues. In this article, it's about famous statues in San Francisco, this statue was influenced by the Romans. The primary reason why I selected this article was because in Roman art when they made statues that are in action the statue is in a pose that is realistic, in real life, the statue is someone who is sitting and thinking.
The Romans had lots of ways to make art, one way they made art was with murals. Murals are paintings on walls. Basically the article is about murals around San Francisco, murals were influenced by the Romans art. I selected this article because there is a variety of murals in San Francisco.