Reconstruction drawing of the communal latrines at Housesteads Roman fort (Vercovicium) on Hadrian's Wall. This site is now in the care of English Heritage (2010).

Housesteads Roman Fort is tops for historic Roman toilets says English Heritage - The Journal

Oxford historian Harry Sidebottom shares 10 surprising facts about the Romans. This article was first published online in March 2015

Oxford historian Harry Sidebottom shares 10 surprising facts about the Romans. This article was first published online in March 2015

Ch1: Dig It Up: Romans.    Cute game that has students excavating a Roman site. Very informative.

BBC: Dig It Up: Romans. Cute game that has students excavating a Roman site. Very informative.

* A Roman Iron Campaign Folding Stool (Stella Castrensis), Roman Imper | Sands of Time Ancient Art

A Roman Iron Campaign Folding Stool (Stella Castrensis), Roman Imperial, ca. 1st century AD

* A Roman Iron Campaign Folding Stool (Stella Castrensis), Roman Imper

Baths were an important part of Roman society, and all major towns and cities had at least one. Pompeii had three public baths, of which the the Stabian bath, depicted here, was the oldest. Men and women bathed separately. In large facilities like this one, there were separate sections for men and women. In smaller facilities, men and women would use the same facilities at different times. Roman baths were communal spaces; Romans would talk business and share gossip as they washed…

40 maps that explain the Roman Empire

Ancient Roman Baths - Thermae, Baths of - Caracalla, Diocletian, Trajan - Crystalinks

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Wine, women and slaughter: The truth behind Emperor Nero's pleasure palace

Archaeologists uncover the four-metre diameter pillar found on the Palatine Hill in Rome, believed to have been part of the Roman emperor Nero's legendary rotating dining room

Ancient Rome’s toilets, sewers, and bathhouses may have been innovative, but they didn’t do much to improve public health.

Roman Plumbing: Overrated

Roman Plumbing: Overrated Ancient Rome’s toilets, sewers, and bathhouses may have been innovative, but they didn’t do much to improve public health.

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Roman toilets gave no clear health benefit, and Romanization actually spread parasites - HeritageDaily - Heritage & Archaeology News

The secret history of ancient toilets http:. By scouring the remains of early loos and sewers, archaeologists are finding clues to what life was like in the Roman world and in other civilizations...//www.nature.com/news/the-secret-history-of-ancient-toilets-1.19960

Ancient toilets By scouring the remains of early loos and sewers, archaeologists are finding clues to what life was like in the Roman world and in other civilizations.

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