2,050-year-old Roman tomb offers insights on ancient concrete resilience

Enviado por Fabio el 2021-10-12 19:25:57 | Host: techxplore.com

Concrete often begins to crack and crumble after a few decades of life—but curiously, that hasn\'t been the case with many Roman structures. The structures are still standing, exhibiting remarkable durability despite conditions that would destroy modern concrete.