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Roman towns and garrisons in the United Kingdom between 46 BC and 400 CE had complex sewer networks sometimes constructed out of hollowed out Elm logs which were shaped so that they butted together with the down-stream pipe providing a socket for the upstream pipe.

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Who introduced the motion for independence from Great Britain in 1776?

Richard Henry Lee

When was decimal currency introduced in Britain?

Decimal currency was officially introduced in Britain on "Decimal Day" the 15th of February, 1971, with the Half New Penny, 1 New Penny and 2 New Pence coins being issued. The 5 and 10 New Pence coins had been introduced much earlier in April, 1968, and the 50 New Pence coins were introduced in October, 1969. The new currency consisting of 100 Pence to the Pound replaced the old currency of Pounds, Shillings and Pence. 12 Pence to the Shilling, and 20 Shillings to the Pound.

What changes did the british empire bring about?

Well for starters, they introduced the "you're innocent until proven guilty" into the court systems.

What are the differences between the French and British systems of colonial rule in Africa regarding direct and indirect rule?

They reflect the different government systems in France and Britain. France centralized, Britain decentralized. France secular and disregarding local religions. Britain assuming that local peoples have a faith. French decisions taken in Paris. Decision making taken at a lower and local level in British colonies. Imposition of the Code Civil by France. Tolerance of local laws except in the case of killing and outrageous punishments or customs (e.g. stoning,suttee) by the British. Assimilation of local elites by the French. Assumption that Africans would remain African by the British.

How was paper introduced into Europe?

the Chinese introduced it to the Arabs, who passed it on to Europeans.

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How does disease enter water systems?

from sewage

How are sewage systems and septic systems alike?

A septic system is essentially a miniature sewage system. It does all the same things, just on a smaller scale.

What culture did Britain and Egypt bring Sudan that they still use today?

they still use the legal and government systems introduced by the british

Why were pollution and sewage a problem in the American cities in the late 1800s?

In the late 1800s they did not have the sewage systems and waste disposal that we have today.

Why were pollution and sewage a problem in American cities in the late 1800s?

In the late 1800s they did not have the sewage systems and waste disposal that we have today.

Which British sailor introduced the potato to great Britain?

Introduced into Britain by Sir Frances Drake in 1580

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Planned cities and had their own Plumbing and sewage systems

When was chess brought to Britain?

Chess was introduced into Britain in 1066.

What is the tank with spouts called in sewage works?

"Tank with spouts " may refer to either the 'settling tank' or the 'pump tank' in most sewage systems.

What types of tasks does a systems engineer do?

There are many types of 'systems' in a system engineer job. Some tasks of those systems are working on telephone systems, water systems, food distribution networks, and sewage systems.

How does coliform bacteria get into the water supply?

Coliform bacteria can enter the water supply through fecal contamination from sewage or animal waste. It can also be introduced through untreated sewage discharge, septic systems, or agricultural runoff. Once in the water supply, coliform bacteria can indicate the presence of other harmful pathogens.

What did poor water and sewage systems cause in the late 1800s?

contagious diseases spread