Building Construction in Ancient Rome w. Dr Christopher Siwicki

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Dr Christopher Siwicki, Postdoctoral Fellow, The Norwegian Institute in Rome, joined the show (from Rome) to discuss how buildings were constructed in ancient Rome.

Some topics explored

  • Vestiges of ancient Roman architecture
  • The types of materials used and where the material came from
  • The labour force used to construct buildings
  • How stone walls were assembled
  • Roofing and doors
  • Architecture and architects in this period
  • The evolution of building construction during this period

Listen to the episode

The episode can be streamed below and is also available on major podcast apps: Apple PodcastsSpotify, and Amazon Music.

Show Notes

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