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Die Technik in der antike Welt /

by Landels, John G. (John Gray) [aut]; Mauel, Kurt [trl].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Beck'sche Sonderausgaben: Publisher: Munchen : Beck, 1979Description: 276 p., [7] c. di tav. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 3406048722.Uniform titles: Engineering in the ancient world. German.Subject(s): Technology -- History | Engineering -- History | Science, Ancient | Transportation -- HistorySummary: The Greeks and Romans were considerable engineers. They made many remarkable machines, which where not betttered until the Industrial Revolution. Landels shows how these machines were developed and made. He draws together evidence from archaeological discoveries and from literary sources.
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The Greeks and Romans were considerable engineers. They made many remarkable machines, which where not betttered until the Industrial Revolution. Landels shows how these machines were developed and made. He draws together evidence from archaeological discoveries and from literary sources.