The Romans didn't invent the microscope
Romans did not invent the dome. It is not known when the first dome was created but it can be traced back to prehistoric times.
The ancient Romans invented the circus, which we still have.
The Romans did not invent the lollipop. It was invented in the 19th century. George Smith claimed to be the first to invent the modern lollipop in 1908 and trademarked the lollipop name in 1931.
The Romans invented the claender through their different gods.
No, the microscope was invented by van Leewonhook, a dutchman, about the year 1600.
They didn't invent the microscope they only invented the leses
FYI he did not invent the microscope the Romans did search it on the web
Robert Hooke did invent the microscope
him and his son helped invent the compound microscope by putting two lenses together warning they did not invent the microscope but did invent the compound microscope
What year did Robert Hooke invent his first microscope
Zacharias Janssen was the first person to invent the microscope and the kind of microscope he made was a compound microscope--a microscope that uses two or more sets of lenses. Plus, the first compound microscope (by Zacharias) was made around 1595 in Middleburg, Holland.
Theodor Schwan did not invent the microscope. Hans and Zacharias Jansen did. He produced the 1st compound microscope in the late 1500's.
1677 was when he invented the microscope
The Romans invented concrete.
i b lieve it was the electron microscope!