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Sanitary Problems in Ancient Rome

Written by Visnja Bojovic, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom After having arrived home from the supermarket, I was just able to sit and stare blankly at one spot for one hour, wondering where the empathy and consideration have gone. When has it become normal to buy 10 bags of flour, or 40 packs of antibacterial wet

The Best of Roman Architecture

By Mark Miller, Contributing Writer, Ancient Origins Ancient Rome borrowed from ancient Greece for architecture, among other things, but then innovated and invented its own architectural features and building types. Roman architecture made a statement with its imposing public edifices: We are a world power, and we have the wealth, technology and manpower to dominate