Trajan’s Market was a landmark brick and concrete structure built in the heart of Rome in the early 2nd century AD.
This device was a human-powered water pump, probably invented in the 3rd century BC by the great Greek mathematician and inventor, Archimedes.
The Roman Pantheon is one of the most extraordinary buildings that have survived from the ancient world.
This model shows the Roman Pantheon with the upper portion of its cylindrical wall removed, to illustrate the configuration of its internal structure.
The hypocaust was a Roman under-floor heating system, used in baths and private residences.
The Hatra Ballista was a Roman siege catapult powered by torsion springs consisting of rope bundles made from animal sinew.
This is a cutaway view of one waterwheel and its associated millstone and gearing at the Roman Barbegal mill complex.
This building is the only structure known to have been designed by the great Roman engineer, Marcus Vitruvius Pollio.