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What Did the Romans Invent?

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Great Roman inventions included concrete, barrel vaults, architectural domes, special gangplanks used to secure and board ships during naval battles and articulated armoured plates. Roman scientific achievements are mostly in the areas of medicine and engineering for example, the many new ways to mine for metals like silver, gold and lead.
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The Romans invented medicine, made significant achievements in architecture, art and many other things that set the way in which they are done today.
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