Aqueducts were a big priority in the culture of Ancient Rome. Aqueducts fed millions of people, and kept the empire strong. Aqueducts were operational in 312 bc. "Over 1000 Roman aqueducts are known today, built between 312 bc and the end of the Roman Empire (about 500 ad) and beyond." according to www.google.com. Many roman built the Aqueducts, but their engineering was greater than any construction work. "Aqueducts moved water through gravity alone, along a slight downward gradient within conduits of stone, brick or concrete." according to www.google.com.
Slowly the Roman culture produced something called literature. Literature is written works, especially those considered of superior or lasting artistic merit. Roman Literature was written in Latin, and was created by many different Romans. "The “Golden Age of Roman Literature” is usually considered to cover the period from about the start of the 1st Century BCE up to the mid-1st Century CE." according to www.ancient-literature.com. The Golden age was a period that meant literature was the top priority of the Roman culture.
The Colosseum was built by Consul Titus Statilius Taurus around 29 B.C. (He was the manager of the build.) It is located in Ancient Rome, and was built brick by brick. "The History of the Colosseum began in Rome when the first recorded gladiatorial fight was staged in 264AD. Decimus Junius Brutus Scaeva put on a gladiatorial combat to honor the memory of his deceased father who was a consul named D. Junius Brutus Pera. Three pairs of slaves, selected from among 22 prisoners of war, were chosen to fight. The first gladiatorial fight took place in the Forum Boarium, a cattle market, situated near the Tiber between the Capitoline, the Palatine and Aventine hills." according to www.tribunesandtriumphs.org.
The Villa of mysteries is a painting that's artist is unknown. "This room is located on the front right of the villa is now known to us as ‘The Initiation Chamber’. The word ‘mysteries’ refers to the initiation rituals which in this context were rites that helped individuals attain adulthood. Another interpretations, states that the frescoes on the wall of the room depict a young girl in a ceremonial marriage, following the rituals to achieve womanhood.'' according to www.ancienthistorylists.com. Although it was damaged by Mount Vesuvius in around 79 A.D. in Ancient Rome, it's paintings are still mesmerizing to this day.