Roman toilets at Vercovicium Fort, a part of Hadrian's Wall in Northumberland, England. The fort is now called Housesteads Roman Fort, and the latrines were for the fort's military garrison.
One of the streets in Pompeii showing the cart tracks worn into one of the Roman roads through the town.
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Toilets in bath house segedunum roman fort museum Hadrian Wall Museum
Magnus Maximus, Western Roman Emperor from 383-388. In Britain during the Great Conspiracy, was sent back in 380 to defeat the Picts etc. The British troops proclaimed Maximus. He left for Gaul defeated Gratian who was later killed. He was recognized as Augustus in the West. Ordered the 1st execution of heretics. In 387, he forced Valentinian II out of Milan, but was defeated by the other 2 emperors.
Roman bakery oven, Pompeii
Sergius Orata in his bath, Facta et dicta memorabilia (BNF Fr. 287, fol. 181), third quarter of the 15th century
ANTIQUE LATRINE Roman engineers understood some of the important aspects of basic sanitation, including efforts to keep human excrement away from sources of drinking water. This latrine, in Ostia Antica, fed directly into a sewer.
Bidet with lid removed, France, 3rd quarter 18th Century, Louis XV's residence Bellevue. Built in walnut, rosewood veneer, marquetry floral violet wood, gilt bronze, lead, with ceramic inset.
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