Many Roman inventions, including roads, aqueducts, sewers, cement and the Julian calendar, still see use around the world today. Roman inventions ranged from small creations to large-scale inventions like heavy infrastructure. The inventions of Romans ultimately connected the Roman Empire to Europe,
Prior to cars, people used horses and buggies to get around and clung to coastal settlements to use the waterways for trade. There were not many roads in America at the time, and the roads were usually in poor condition.
No one person invented the tanks used during World War I. The design was modified from those drawn up during the 18th century.
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Some of the most pivotal technologies and innovations of the 1990s made it possible for digital to go mainstream. Here are the best inventions. The '90s will be best remembered as the decade where the age of digital technology began to fully blossom. By the end of the 20th century, popular cassette-
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