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PRIDE AND PREJUDICE …AND POTTIES
PLUMBING PIVOT POINT – 19 TH CENTURY REGENCY ERA ENGLAND LITTLE CHANGED SINCE ROMAN TIMES INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION WOULD BRING PRODUCTION AND STANDARDIZATION
DID YOU KNOW… …THE WORD “PLUMBING” IS DERIVED FROM PLUMBUM, THE LATIN WORD FOR LEAD?
HISTORY OF PLUMBING – SUPPLY IRRIGATION – GET WATER TO WHERE THE CROPS ARE URBAN COMMUNAL SUPPLY – GET WATER TO WHERE THE PEOPLE ARE PRIVATE HOME SUPPLY
DID YOU KNOW… …THE WORD ”AQUEDUCT” IS DERIVED FROM THE LATIN AQUA (WATER) AND DUCERE (TO LEAD)?
DID YOU KNOW… …THAT LEAD POISONING, LEADING TO NEUROLOGICAL DISEASES IN ROME'S RULING CLASSES, IS BELIEVED BY SOME TO HAVE BEEN A CONTRIBUTING FACTOR TO THE FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE?
HISTORY OF PLUMBING – WASTE NATURAL WATER COURSES ENGINEERED WATER COURSES SEWERS
HISTORY OF PLUMBING – WASTE TOILETS THROUGH THE AGES…
DID YOU KNOW… …VESPASIENNES, FRENCH PUBLIC PAY TOILETS, ARE NAMED AFTER THE ROMAN EMPEROR WHO FIRST EMPLOYED THE TAX-GENERATION AND RAW MATERIAL COLLECTION SCHEME IN ROME?
HISTORY OF PLUMBING – FITTINGS TAPS BASINS TOILETS BATHS SHOWERS
THE REGENCY ERA ACCELERATING URBANIZATION FEW “BATHROOMS” BATHING WAS A CHORE WIDESPREAD SUPPLY AND WASTE TO PRIVATE HOMES IN LATE-1800’S
DID YOU KNOW… …THE PLUMBING MUSEUM IS LOCATED IN WATERTOWN, MASSACHUSETTS?
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