Technology & Architecture In Ancient Civilizations
Roman Feats of Engineering (#103)
The Romans were the most practical people of the Ancient Era, as evidenced by such marvels of engineering as arches, roads and aqueducts. The prosperity of the elite classes led Rome's nervous emperors to also create huge entertainment arenas to keep the masses from noticing the misery around them. [29 minutes]
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Series Description: Technology and architecture are two of the most enduring legacies of the ancient civilizations. With this series, explore how the pyramids were built in Egypt, the elegant temples and theatres were created in Greece, and the arches, aqueducts and avenues were engineered in Rome.
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