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what were the Aqueducts?

It brings water down from the mountains into the city. Instead of having a filtration building you have the Aqueducts

Romans build magnificent things. Most of these things were free to use. Why did the emperors build such nice things for people?

The Romans were really evil so they did nice things so the people would forget about all the bad things.

What was the coliseum?

Built of concrete and stone and the largest amphitheater. ( A performance area for plays)

What is the Circus Maximus most famous for?

Racing Chariot Horses.

3 Roman emperors.

Agustice, Nero, and Tiberios.

What was the pantheon?

A dome and church dedicated to St. Mary.

How did they filter water in the Aqueducts?

Chemicals. Also salt which they got from the Bible When Elisha put salt in a well and it would be clean till the current day.