This article represents the the legacy of the roman calender. Romans used the calender to keep track of time. This article explians how the greogorian calender was enflunenced by the roman calender. I chose this article because it's interesting to her about how something we use everyday was made.
Rome's main languge was Latin. This article explians how Latin enfluced English. This is important because in the United States most people use English in there every day life
Romans built aquaducts to transport water to Rome. This article explains were the california aquaduct goes to and from. This article is important because it's important to know were your water comes from.
Romans belived that all citizens should get a right to justice. This article explains how judges and justices are picked in the United States. This article is important because people should know how important people in our system are chosen.
Rich Romans used mosaics to decorate their homes. This video explains how to cut ceramic tiles into pieces for a mosaic.I chose this video because I thought it would be cool to possibly make a mosaic.
This article represents the Roman legacy of voting, Romans voted for officials and laws. Basically this article is about the different laws making it difficult for certain groups of people to vote. This article is important because it's important to know what is happening with voting currently so that you know what is happening in the place that you live in.
This article represents the Roman Legacy of Domes. Romans used domes for roofs. In this article it explains how the S.F. City Hall got its golden dome. I chose this article because when I read this article it was interesting.
This represents the Roman Legacy of art. Romans used murals to decorate their homes. Basically this article is about 49 of San Francisco's murals, who made them, and where they are. I chose this website because it's an interesting way to see how the Roman empire left it's legacy in places so far away from were it was.