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What technology did the Romans bring to Britain?
Last Updated: 27th May, 2020
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Considering this, what inventions did the Romans bring to Britain?
Here's a list of some of the things the Romans introduced to Britain:
- The calendar we still use today.
- The census – the practice of counting a population.
- High-quality straight roads.
- Central heating.
- Aqueducts (water bridges)
- Indoor plumbing.
Subsequently, question is, what food did the Romans bring to Britain? The Romans introduced many new foods to Britain. Vegetables and fruits introduced by the Romans included cabbages, onions, leeks, shallots, endives, globe artichokes, cucumbers, marrows, asparagus, parsnips, turnips, radishes, celery and lettuce.
Hereof, what technology did the ancient Romans invent?
The Romans made extensive use of aqueducts, dams, bridges, and amphitheatres. They were also responsible for many innovations to roads, sanitation, and construction in general. Roman architecture, in general, was greatly influenced by the Greeks and Etruscans.
What did the Romans invent that we use today?
Roman sewers are the model for what we still use today. A Roman brick sewer. Aqueducts, gave the people of Rome water, and, from around 80 BC, sewers took the resulting waste away, often from another innovation, the public latrine. The first sewers were used to deal with floods rather than human waste.