Wooden Ships and Noisy Wagons

From Greek Triremes to Covered Carriages, the Romans Improved Upon the Inventions of Others and Built the Greatest System of Roads, Bridges, and Sea Ports the World Had Seen Well up into Renaissance Times

The authors are still working on the articles in this section. This area of study would be an excellent choice for middle school or high school students in classrooms that are involved with the Beyond the Classroom Walls project. Participating students and classes will have the opportunity to have their history research projects and original art added to this project and published on a university Web site as well as having them incorporated into the next release of this resource on CD-ROM.

Down to the Sea in Ships: Transportation and Voyaging by Sea in Roman Times
Roman Roads and Land Transportation

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