Yes, many inventions from the Greeks like concrete, the arch, the aqueduct, anchors, and dice, to name just a few, are still used today. Others, like the dioptra and the stentorophonic tube are not as "famous" and are not as frequently used by the public.
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Cement, glass, and sail boats are three inventions that originated in Rome and are still used today.
There are many Greek inventions that are still used today. Some of these include the alarm clock, central heating, the thermometer, maps, cannons, as well as wheelbarrows.
Yes he ivented lightbulbs" and we still use them.
paper ans the plow was invented in china and is used today
One invention Archimedes invented is the Archimedes Screw. It's still used today to irrigate crops.
Writing, numbers, possibly mud bricks.
5 Egyptian inventians still used today are the, chisel, needle, ramp, lever,solar calender, and ink
She was in the study of Radiology and she helped to introduce and increase knowledge which is still used today.
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Their inventions are still used today
the bifocal spectacles, lower compartments on ships keeping water out, and the odometer are used today.
His inventions are still used today. For example, his calculus is a complicated math problem or formula that is commanly used. Also, his three laws of motion created many breakthroughs that enable scientists to do their jobs creating better technology today.
The top ten inventions of all time are ones that people still use today like the toilet. Other inventions used include the electric stove, cell phones, and computers.
Taxi meters, concrete, and central heating are three of the many Roman inventions still in use today. Of course they have been modified and improved upon, but the original invention came from the Romans.
Yes. he created the lightbulb.
The water mill, the aqueducts and the fountains. The same silver mines (washing tables and cisterns) Many streets Ancient philosophy, is still useful Many concepts and inventions are still used The greeks are known to have understood the power of steam, and imagined how it could be used to open doors for example, but never did. It is a puzzle why, having all the necessary technologies, the Greeks didn't invent the train.
The ancient Greeks invented boxing.
Aquaducts, cement, roads, domed shaped roofing, andalso they were the first ones to have written laws ;)
I think because much of his inventions are used a lot today.
Of course. It is still used by Greek-speaking people today. It is also used extensively in the sciences: Medicine, Math, Astronomy, Chemistry, etc.
the hydropower was used by greeks and in 250 b.c
The man was a Genius in his time, many and or most of his ideas, inventions, theories, etc. are or have been used today. The man and what he gave to the World still amazes people today.
Yes, because the ancient Greeks used many of the same rules that we still use today regarding angles and circles.