Roman Science and Engineering is famous for their advanced engineering. Though many of their ideas were improvements of older ideas, planning and modifications. Running water was an example that was developed in the east but Romans changed it a bit and created better Aqueducts. Roman science is two different things they are inventions and discoveries. Roman science also helped Roman engineers figure out ways to build the Aqueducts, and roads.
Roman Literature was developed by the Romans and was written in the Latin language. The “Golden Age of Roman Literature” covered the period from about the start of the 1st Century BCE up to the mid-1st Century CE. The “Silver Age of Roman Literature” extended into the 2nd Century CE. Roman Literature began in Rome and still remains a legacy of the Roman empires culture. The literature described early military history of Rome, and later included poetry, comedies, histories and tragedies.
The Roman Colosseum was built by Vespasian for Titus the Roman emperor. The Colosseum was built from 72 to 80 AD and was built to hold the largest capacity for its time. It would hold up to 50,000 people. The Colosseum was a monument to its empire and brave warriors. The Colosseum is located in Rome, Italy. Presently only 1/3 of the Colosseum still stands today. The Colosseum was built out of stone, and concreate. It is one of the ancient worlds most significant structures.
The Lycurgus cup was made by the Romans. The cup was made in the 4th century. The cup was made to tell a story of a mythical king named Lycurgus who tried to kill Ambrosia but Ambrosia was transformed into a vine that wrapped around the king, and restrained him which soon killed the king. The Lycurgus cup is now located at the British Museum, in Room 41. The Roman cup was made of rare glass which shows different colors depending on where the light is coming from, it can become green or red. The Lycurgus cup is the only rare glass object completed by Romans with this glass.