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The Greeks and Romans gave us many inventions, innovations and ideas that persist today
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The History of Plumbing - Roman and English Legacy, from theplumber.com

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Art and Architecture of Ancient Greece

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overview of Greek architecture inlcuding column types and the use of sculpture.

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Power in the Landscape - History of the Water Wheel

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The story of the old water powered textile mills of the Calder Valley, West Yorkshire and the lives of the people around them.
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Ancient Greek Mathematics - Crystalinks

overview of Greek mathematics with links for famous Greek mathematicians

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Roman Architecture

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This top website fully describes Roman Architecture: Its Arches,Columns, Temples, Theaters, Baths, Basilicas and the architects that built them.
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INVENTIONS AND DISCOVERIES

INVENTIONS AND DISCOVERIES including Electricity and magnetism, Distillation, Pulley, Mechanical organ, Screw of Archimedes, Cement, The stirrup, Pergamum and parchment, Astrolabe, Glassblowing, Atmospheric devices, Paper, Knitting...
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Greek Theater - Crystalinks

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Keith Mielke's curator insight, February 28, 2014 6:44 PM

This article explains in depth about how greek Theater is set up and run. I found this especially interesting since on March the 8th our history class is seeing the classic Greek play Medea.