The Romans liked to include life-like statues of leaders or people doing. This they copied from the Greeks. I chose this article because up until now, we still sometimes use these features of art in our own.
The Colosseum or Coliseum was a Roman building that amazingly wasn't destroyed, but was withered down. I used this article because the Romans used a different type of concrete than us, a type of concrete that grows stronger as it ages, which is quite marvelous.
The Romans used slaves to do chores and hard work. I chose this article because the idea of slavery has lived on for about 1,900 years, but later on was abolished.
Romans used their own method of writing numbers. I chose this video because now, in the modern day world, we sometimes use these numerals to write a number in a fancy or professional way.
The official language of the Romans was Latin. I chose this video because it talks about how Latin helped create many other languages and words.
The Roman engineers were very intelligent when building many things, like their aqueducts. I chose this video because some aqueducts are still standing today in the modern world, and are safe to drink from, even after 2,000 years.
The Romans had Law and Citizenship in their daily lives. I chose this article because we still have these forms of government in modern society.
The Romans used domes in their construction to honor gods, ect. I used this article because Roman art is still around today.