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Who was the inventor of indoor plumbing?

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2010-05-19 02:46:04
2010-05-19 02:46:04

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".

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