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Dolphin armest public toilet of the forum; High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD) (stone)

Dolphin armest public toilet of the forum; High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD) (stone)


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Dolphin armest public toilet of the forum; High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD) (stone)

GDG267027 Dolphin armest public toilet of the forum; High Imperial Period (27 BC-395 AD) (stone) by Roman Imperial Period (27 BC-476 AD); Timgad, Algeria; (add.info.: latrine; toilettes; Thamugadi; Haut empire romain; roman colonial town in North Africa founded by the emperor Trajan in 100 AD; ); eGerard Degeorge; out of copyright

Media ID 22657872

© Gerard Degeorge / Bridgeman Images

Archaeological Site Excavated Lavatory Remains Sanitary Sanitation Toilet Latrines


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This print showcases the Dolphin armest public toilet of the forum during the High Imperial Period in Timgad, Algeria. Dating back to 27 BC-395 AD, this stone structure is a remarkable example of Roman architecture and ingenuity. The image captures the remains of a lavatory, revealing the ancient Romans' advanced understanding of sanitation. Despite being ruins now, it's evident that these toilets were once adorned with exquisite decorations and ornate designs. The attention to detail in their construction reflects not only functionality but also an appreciation for aesthetics. Timgad itself was a Roman colonial town founded by Emperor Trajan in 100 AD. This archaeological site provides valuable insights into life during the Roman Imperial Period. It serves as a testament to their engineering prowess and commitment to creating comfortable public spaces. Photographer Gerard Degeorge expertly captures this historical artifact, allowing viewers to appreciate its beauty even centuries later. The composition highlights both the grandeur and simplicity of this ancient latrine while reminding us of our shared human history. This print is more than just an artistic representation; it serves as a reminder of how civilizations have evolved over time and how even mundane aspects like sanitation played a crucial role in shaping societies.

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