Science in Ancient Romeby Jacqueline L. Harris
Although the Romans made few discoveries of their own, they developed the ideas of other cultures to suit their needs. They used the arch to build strong aqueducts, bridges, and arenas. They altered the Greek calendar to create a calendar very similar to the one we use today. This knowledge has been passed down through the centuries and affects out lives today.
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