Roman mosaics were a common feature of private homes and public buildings across the Roman Empire. Mosaics are made out of pieces of glass or pebble and they usually go on walls and floors. I chose this article because it was the only one I could find on just Mosaics and it talks a lot about where it’s from and what time it was from and all that other good stuff. This article is important because it covers over all the things a learner might need.
A mural is any piece of artwork painted or applied to a wall or a roof. This article talks about how Romans used it a lot back then on public building roofs or walls and fancy homes. Also, it talks about how we use it all over the world and in the Bay Area too! I picke this article because it covers everything for my curation and it even has modern day murals as examples.
Roman architecture was inspiring for modern day buildings because its such unique architecture. Some of the types of architecture includes Domes, arched ceilings, columns and arches. Romans also invented concrete to make all of these ideas that are borrowed or thought of. I chose this article because it talks about What time Romans used architecture and it secretly tells you what’s the difference between architecture and engineering. I primarily used this article because khan academy is a trusted website and it puts all of there information into a good format to teach you well.
The Romans are known for their remarkable engineering like, there roads, bridges, tunnels, or their impressive aqueducts. Their constructions are still used today and plays a very important roll like aqueducts help us travel water and bridges help us travel across water. I’m using this articles because it has a paragraph for most of the Roman inventions like aqueducts, bridges, roads, tunnels and more! I chose this article because it picks apart almost every single type of engineering idea that the Romans either took or invented.
This video is all about the Roman language, LATIN! I’m using this article because it talks about the history of Latin and who used it. Also, this video gives you vocabulary lessons and the similarity of Latin being closely related to Italian. I chose this article because it is very pro like and very helpful to beginners of the Roman language, Latin.
Roman writing is very similar to English writing. First, the Roman alphabet is pretty much ours except we added a couple words to the list and Roman writing is just all the words mixed up in a sentence but ours is a little more formal in my point of view. I chose this article because it talks about how the Romans would use tablets with sticks of wax to write something down and it shows you a little tablet with writing on it and it points out for you which symbol means what. The primary reason I’m using this article because it’s short but has a lot of detail and it’s for kids!
Stoicism was the philosophy of the Roman Empire/Republic. People study stoicism and learned to have lots of discipline or in other words, be more serious and don’t be such a baby. I chose this article because it talks a lot about how it works and what time it was created and used and all that other good stuff. The main reason I chose this article because it was not as much pointed at kids and more at adults so it had a lot more information and a little easier to understand now that it’s in my league.
Roman citizenship and law played a big roll in the Roman Empire/republic organization. The law and citizenship organized everyone by there class from slave to senate or king. I chose this article because it gives a brief intro then has a paragraph for each class of people. I’m using this article because it covers the laws of each class of people and there citizenship in a orderly fashion.