Roman Roads

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This column marks the first mile on the via Appia from the center of Rome - The original column is now in Campidoglio Ancient Rome, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Ancient Greece, Appian Way, Roman Roads, Pompeii And Herculaneum, Stone Columns, Roman Architecture

First mile stone

22.4.2011: column marking the first mile from the Capitol on the Via Appia, Rome.

Pompeii - Stepping stones in the streets allowed pedestrians to cross and wagon wheels to drive between. Ancient Pompeii, Pompeii Ruins, Pompeii Italy, Pompeii And Herculaneum, Rome Italy, Naples, Roman City, Archaeological Finds, Roman History

Pompeii - Crossing stones

Some crossing stones on one of the streets of the ruins of Pompeii in Italy, the city which was devastated by the eruption of Vesuvius during the times of the Roman Empire.

 Roman Centuriation (geometrical diagram of an agricultural territory) traced with the assistance of a "groma" (the principal surveying instrument of the Roman agrimensores). History Images, Art History, Roman Technology, Roman Man, Military Engineering, Land Surveyors, Roman Roads, Roman Architecture, Ancient Rome

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Roman Roads: Paths To Empire documentary Rome History, Ancient History, Roman Roads, Story Of The World, Rome Travel, Ancient Rome, Ancient Greek, Roman Empire, Monument Valley

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The map (pictured) was created by Stanford University. It features 632 sites and covers close to 4 million square miles million square km) of land and sea. Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Fall Of Constantinople, Roman Names, Roman Roads, Map Pictures, Roman History, History Education, Interactive Map

Interactive tool lets you explore the Roman Empire's roads an

The map (pictured) was created by Stanford University. It features 632 sites and covers close to 4 million square miles (10 million square km) of land and sea.

What was camp life like for soldiers in ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome? And what about everyday life for nomadic peoples on campaign? Ancient Rome, Ancient History, European History, Ancient Aliens, Ancient Greece, American History, Roman Architecture, Ancient Architecture, Roman Technology

Roman Technology

Roman technology aimed for The Big.From aqueducts to roads, the Romans used concrete as their material and construction techniques like the arch to achieve aqueducts and buildings of astonishing size and roads of lasting durability.