The Legacy of Rome

The Legacy of Rome

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  • Government
  • Law
  • Language
  • The Romans had  three branches of government. The U.S. uses the same branches as the Romans. They are called Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches.
  • Architecture
  • The Romans had a set of laws called the twelve tables. Some of the laws in the U.S. are similar to the Roman laws.
  • Engineering and Construction
  • The Romans spoke in Latin. English and many other languages have some Latin words and prefixes.
  • Christianity
  • The Romans used arches and domes, which many official U.S. buildings, like the White House, have.
  • The Romans build aqueducts to bring them water. (I know there are arches holding the water up but I couldn't find that)
  • Christianity is the most common religion today. It started in the Roman empire.
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