ROMAN BUILDING TECHNOLOGY
AND ARCHITECTURE

Fikret Yegul -- University of California, Santa Barbara


This digitized slide sequence is developed in conjunction with the UCSB undergraduate course AH 152K - Survey of Roman Architecture, and aims to review a particular aspect of this course's curriculum. The area highlighted by this review is Roman technology and engineering in the service of architecture -- in particular the widely applied uses of Roman concrete technology (or its provincial variations).

INTRODUCTION
ROMAN CONCRETE BRIDGES
THE NEW UTILITARIAN AESTHETIC WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS
ROMAN ENGINEERING PROJECTS DAMS AND URBAN WATERWAYS
ROADS AND HIGHWAYS TERRACES AND SUBSTRUCTURES


Contacting Professor Yegul