Roman Public health

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    • The Romans said that a number of things that caused diseases.
      • Bad Smells or Miasmas, Bad water,swamps and marshes, being near sewage and not keeping clean.
    • They build viaducts and sewage systems to control public health.
      • They didnt know anything about engineering, so the whole course of water flow was gently downwards.
        • The romans wate systems was not complicated or expensive and was copied throughout the empire.
          • They build viaducts and sewage systems to control public health.
            • They didnt know anything about engineering, so the whole course of water flow was gently downwards.
              • The romans wate systems was not complicated or expensive and was copied throughout the empire.
      • Public toilets were very common and waste was washed away to the sewers.

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