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Diquis Spheres Found in Costa Rica, the perfectly round spheres were carved out of stone (dated 600 AD – 1000 AD) and belong to Isthmo-Colombian era. Banana plantation workers discovered them in 1930s. While they damaged some stones trying to move them with bulldozers or blowing them up with dynamite (hoping for hidden treasures) majority of them are intact. The purpose is still unknown.

Diquis Spheres Found in Costa Rica, the perfectly round spheres were carved out of stone (dated 600 AD – 1000 AD) and belong to Isthmo-Colombian era. Banana plantation workers discovered them in 1930s. While they damaged some stones trying to move them with bulldozers or blowing them up with dynamite (hoping for hidden treasures) majority of them are intact. The purpose is still unknown.

Roman Plumbing was fairly advanced for its time. Rome had a very complex sewer system that went throughout the city. Stone pipes ran under the streets of Rome.

Roman Plumbing was fairly advanced for its time. Rome had a very complex sewer system that went throughout the city. Stone pipes ran under the streets of Rome.

Ancientvine - Virtual Roman House 3D Reconstruction. Video, 2:49. Relates to House of the Vettii. Pompeii, Italy. Imperial Roman. c. second century B.C.E.; rebuilt c. 62–79 C.E. Cut stone and fresco.

Ancientvine - Virtual Roman House 3D Reconstruction. Video, 2:49. Relates to House of the Vettii. Pompeii, Italy. Imperial Roman. c. second century B.C.E.; rebuilt c. 62–79 C.E. Cut stone and fresco.

Silvered relief discs, so-called phalerae, Roman Military medals (worn as part of dress uniform), 1st century AD, Neues Museum, Berlin |

Silvered relief discs, so-called phalerae, Roman Military medals (worn as part of dress uniform), 1st century AD, Neues Museum, Berlin |

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