Roman Noblewoman's Tomb Reveals Ancient Concrete Resilience

Over time, concrete cracks and crumbles. Well, most concrete cracks and crumbles. Structures built in ancient Rome are still standing, exhibiting remarkable durability despite conditions that would devastate modern concrete.

One of these structures is the large cylindrical tomb of first-century noblewoman Caecilia Metella.

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