Q: How do you still use roman citizenship today?

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We still use Roman numerals today because they are the numerical aspect of the Latin language which is still used and spoken today.

We still use the Roman numeral system today because it is the numerical aspect of the Latin language which is still spoken today

The Romans actually invented concrete! We still use that today. They also invented roads. The Roman people invented the making of wine and how to do it. Romans had and used libraries and the building design of Roman buildings are still in use today.

Because Latin was the language of the ancient Romans which is still used today and Roman numerals is the numerical aspect of the Latin language.

I have a world weary Fiat Punto that still gives me regular daily use

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We still use Roman numerals today because they are the numerical aspect of the Latin language which is still used and spoken today.

We still use the Roman numeral system today because it is the numerical aspect of the Latin language which is still spoken today

We still use the ancient Roman numeral system today because it forms the numerical aspect of the ancient Latin language which is still spoken today.

The Romans actually invented concrete! We still use that today. They also invented roads. The Roman people invented the making of wine and how to do it. Romans had and used libraries and the building design of Roman buildings are still in use today.

Roman numerals are still in use in the science field as well as to signify the Super Bowl year.

We still use their language which is Latin.

Because Latin was the language of the ancient Romans which is still used today and Roman numerals is the numerical aspect of the Latin language.

They established alphabetic writing, which became the basis of the Greek and Roman alphabets, and so the alphabets we use today.

Yes and we still use them today in Roman numerals for example XC means:- -10+100 = 90

Roman concrete was no different from regular concrete, so I'm fairly sure I still do.

I have a world weary Fiat Punto that still gives me regular daily use

because roman only just can understand Latin