Archaeologists In Turkey Just Unearthed A 2,000-Year-Old Roman Sewer System In The Ancient City Of Tripolis
The Ancient Roman sewage system was constructed during the Roman Empire's control of Tripolis during the second century A.D., and it remains fully intact to this day. The ancient city of Tripolis on the Meander in western Turkey has provided historians with invaluable ruins to study. Also known as Neapolis or Apollonia, the town dates back to the third century B.C. and is located in the Buldan district of the Denizli province. Remarkably, it has just yielded a 2,000-year-old Roman sewer system.