The Romans used citizenship to define someone as roman. If you were a roman citizen you had to obey the law and be loyal to the emperor. The article I chose shows you how to become a U.S. citizen. I selected this article because it shows that we still use citizenship today and how to become one.
Many Romans believed in the philosophy called stoicism. The website I chose is about why stoicism is becoming more popular. I selected this article because it shows that people still believe in stoicism today.
The Romans used Latin as their language. The article I chose is about what the Latin words on the dollar bill mean. This article is important because it shows that we still use Latin, and we even put it on our money.
The Romans used roman numerals to write their numbers. The article I chose is about Big Ben, a famous clock tower that has roman numerals on it. I selected this article because it shows that we still use and see roman numerals every day.
The Romans used vaults to enforce their ceilings and roofs. This article explains about vaulted ceilings and if you should change your ceiling to a vaulted one. This is a good article for my curation because it shows how vaults are still used in peoples houses.
The Romans used domes on many of their buildings. Basically this article is about the history of the palace of fine arts. I selected this website because it is a popular building that has a dome on it.
Wealthy Roman families often decorated their houses with murals. The website I chose is a street in San Francisco which has multiple murals. This website is important because you can see that people still make and enjoy murals today.
The Romans used mosaics to decorate their homes and show life. The mosaic gardens is a place where you can take classes and make mosaics. I chose this article because we are still making mosaics today.