Ancient Rome, geothermal designs, infrastructure, architecture, energy and more. This site has links to natural wonders on every continent! Wish I had this source available when I was teaching World History.
The Baths of Caracalla, built between 212 and 216 AD by Emperor Marcus Aurelius
We have come a long way since humans first used biomass fuels for their fires over years ago.
Ancient Roman Baths - Thermae, Baths of - Caracalla, Diocletian, Trajan - Crystalinks
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ANCIENT-geothermal-roman-baths, the Romans built these thermal energy projects around Mount Vesuvius where hot magma was close to the earth's surface, they also created ice using thermal differentials
An Early Example of a Roman Atrium, “Atrium of the House of the Silver Wedding” in Pompeii Seen here: the vestibulum, the atrium, the impluvium and the compluvium, the last two used to collect rainwater.
*JERUSALEM ~ Israeli archaeologists have uncovered an bathing pool used by the Roman Tenth Legion and dating from the second and third centuries AD in the old Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem known by the Romans as Aelia Capitolina.
Women in a Roman bath house. Note the strigilis, the mosaics on the floor and the nice decorations on the wall. This elegant scene conceals that the Roman bath houses were a perfect hiding place for harmful bacteria and viruses.