The Roman Engineers (Cambridge Introduction to World History)
Three areas of engineering in which the Romans excelled--aqueducts, roads and bridges--are studied after the role of the engineer in Roman society is introduced.
Drawings by Peter Dennis and David Bryant. Maps by Reg Piggott. 48p.
Authors: L. A. and J. A. Hamey.
Title: The Roman Engineers (Cambridge Introduction to World History).
Publisher: Cambridge University Press, 1995.
ISBN: 0521225116; ISBN 13 : 9780521225113.
Condition: Unmarked. Very Good.
Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#30101)
Keywords: Roman History, Roman Architecture, Bridges, Engineering, Ancient History, Technology, Aqueducts, Roads, Transportation, Stone, Metal, Wood
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