Experimental archaeology is a way of studying the past by replicating artifacts, tools, or ancient technologies in order to better understand how they were made and used. Students in Roman Technology will explore the STEM experts of the ancient world. Students will learn about and recreate examples of Roman technology, such as aqueducts, catapults, arches, and more. Taught by full-time history faculty member, B.K.B. Fitzgerald. Supplies included. (ages 9-12)
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