The Romans voted for their leaders like we do today. This article explains what is a citizenship and how it works. This is a good article because is explains in detail what and why there is still citizenship today.
In the Roman time, there stoics. Stoicism is a belief where you always look on the bright side and your always a glass half full. This link describes how to be a stoic. I chose this article because the some Romans were stoics and this article shows you how.
Our calendar the names of many months in our calendar comes from Latin words. For example, September comes from the Latin word that means seventh month. This link tells us why we need clocks and calendars. I chose this link because is shows how Latin is used in Months of the years.
The Latin language is on one of the most used thing in the US, money! This link describes hows there is Latin on our currency and what it means. This is a good example of Roman language because Latin is on a very important part of the US.
The Romans made a special type of art called mosaics. This link shows one of the many mosaic gardens in present day. I chose this link because it is a great example of how Roman art is still alive.
In Roman architecture there were many columns. This link shows the columns on the White House. This link clearly illustrates how Roman architecture is still used in present day because the White House, a very important part of the US, is built with Roman architecture.
The Roman architecture included many domes. This link is about San Francisco's dome on San Francisco's city hall building. I chose this link because it is a great example of the roman architecture in modern day.
The Romans painted many murals in their time. This link shows 49 murals of San Francisco. I chose this link because it clearly shows how San Francisco, in present time, got inspirating from the Romans to paint murals.