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2,050-year-old Roman tomb offers insights on ancient concrete resilience

Concrete often begins to crack and crumble after a few decades of life—but curiously, that hasn’t been the case with many Roman structures. The structures are still standing, exhibiting remarkable durability despite conditions that would destroy modern concrete.Concrete often begins to crack and crumble after a few decades of life—but curiously, that hasn’t been the case with many Roman structures. The structures are still standing, exhibiting remarkable durability despite conditions that would destroy modern concrete.

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