As the title of this column points out, there are in this crazy world of ours, and have been for a long time, many examples of both high – and low – technology. Several years ago I ran into an article written by archeologist Carole Raddato, who came very close to raving about what she quite correctly felt was the high technology – for its time – embedded in a Roman latrine located near Hadrian’s Wall.

Here. Want some fun reading? Go see all the photographs that Carole has taken of some remarkable parts of the ancient world.

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