This article tells you a lot about about philosophy and a certain philosophy called stoicism. Philosophy was a final step of education for the Romans. We use stoicism a lot, we use it in our daily lives. We use it to be brave when we are sometimes scared, or too remain calm when we don't know what to do.
This article tells you what Roman law is and pretty much how it worked. The Romans used citizenship to give people who did have citizenship rights for certain things like voting.
Roman numerals were numbers represented by letters in the English language. For example I means 1 or V means 5. We still use Roman numerals today in watches and if you look in the book you're reading, the chapter numbers might be written Roman numerals.
The Roman language, Latin, is very helpful to our language, English, today. We use many Latin prefixes in our words. For example the word "stat" is short for the word "statis" in Latin meaning immediately. This article will show you what Latin is and a couple of Roman numbers as well.
I chose this article because it shows many aqueducts and what an aqueduct is. It shows how the Romans used it. This is important because plumbing and aqueducts are very well related.
I chose this article because it tells you primarily what a dome is and what it looks like as well. It as well tells you an example of one that is Roman. We still use domes for many buildings today.
The primary reason I chose this article is because it shows where the Romans got these Mosaics and what they represented. It also shows a couple of mosaics(not from Roman time). Many people still make mosaics now.
Romans used murals for decoration, but now people use murals to represent feeling and what the artist thinks. What do you think of this mural above?