What metal did the ancient Romans use to make water pipes?

Answer The most common metal the ancient Romans used to make pipe was lead. Lead pipes brought water into homes, public buildings, fountains and public baths. Extra water from these pipes ran into the sew... Read More »

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What river did the ancient Romans sail to reach their capital city?

Ancient Romans used the River Tiber, which flows through Rome, the capital of the Roman Empire, to the sea. It was a principal route for bringing goods from the coast and for navigating smaller boa... Read More »

Did Ancient Egyptians speak Arabic?

The Arabic language was introduced to Egypt centuries after the ancient Egyptians lived. Ancient Egyptians spoke Egyptian. Their civilization lasted from approximately 3100 B.C. to 30 B.C., until t... Read More »

How to Study the Ancient Greek Language?

Learning Ancient Greek is essential for those who wish to study the Bible (specifically the Christian New Testament) in its original language. Ancient Greek is also useful for reading ancient texts... Read More »

What is the ancient Phoenician word for language?

The word for "language" in Phoenician is "lasoun," which also means "tongue." Phoenician was spoken along the Eastern Mediterranean and northern African coast in what is now Lebanon, Syria and Isra... Read More »