A guy by the name of Crapper, YES, that WAS his name. Crapper Actually, Thomas Crapper is only credited with inventing an indoor toilet in Elizabethan times. This is disputed by most reputable historians. The first flushing toilet, and Plumbing system was in the Minoan royal palace of Knossos on the island of Crete in about 1700 - 1000 BC
He is a man who invented toilets and indoor plumbing
No, indoor plumbing was not invented until around 1600.
It wasn't until 1775 that modern indoor plumbing was invented. It also wasn't until the mid 1800's when it became a luxury item that was finally available to the wealthy.
Indoor plumbing was invented by the Romans. Its common use in the US began around the turn of the 20th century with the advent of pumps to move water. Some inventive people had used storage tanks and hand powered pumps to provide indoor plumbing as early as the 18th century but these were not in widespread use.
The Romans invented certain types of plumbing, such as indoor toilets and indoor running water. And yes, we still used running water in our homes today as well as indoor toilets.
Paul Really Circa 1742 and Thomas Crapper
I was born Mar 31. 1929. In a small town in IL. We always had indoor plumbing. The Aztec's had indoor plumbing.
India from, 2600 BC- 1900 BC (Indus River Valley)
Probably for the same reasons we have bathrooms and indoor plumbing.
Indoor plumbing was invented long before World War 2. According to the related link below, "The first patent for the flushing toilet was issued to Alexander Cummings in 1775." but "Until 1840, indoor plumbing could be found only in the homes of the rich and the better hotels." World War 2 did not begin until 1939.
The very first instance of indoor plumbing in the United States was in 1829. Isaiah Rogers built the innovative Tremont Hotel, the first building to have indoor plumbing.
The first "indoor" plumbing credit goes to the Romans, how ever primitive it may have been. They first invented the aqueducts that carried water from the mountains and hills surrounding Rome, and were famous for the "Roman Baths".
The ancient Egyptians had flush toilets. The ancient Romans had indoor plumbing.
It’s indoor plumbing
Poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was the very first American to have indoor plumbing! :)
About 2,000 years ago the Romans started using indoor plumbing.
yes they have it
Check out ancient Rome or Greek plumbing history
The ancient Greeks did.