The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 52 (1974) > Issues > Issue 6 > Roman Concrete and Mortar
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Roman Concrete and Mortar

There must be few engineers who do not know that the Romans used concrete but almost as few who have a clear idea of its nature or what happened to concrete between Roman times and today. Dr. Norman Davey

Author(s): Davey, Norman

Keywords: roman;concrete;mortar;pozzolana;formwork;materials