✦ Construction of a vast and complicated road system is one of the main highlights of this period. The Romans built roads connecting all the cities to each other, and they all led to the capital. This made access to the cities very easy for the rulers.
✦ Construction of huge public places like the public baths was another prominent feature. As these buildings were open to the entire city public, they became quite popular. It was a place where people could get together and interact.
✦ Columns, arches, and domes became quite popular during this time. Various types of pillars were used, and they were decorated in many different designs.
✦ The Romans also built aqueducts, which were never seen before this era. Aqueducts, like pipes, canals, tunnels, etc., were built to provide water, drinking and otherwise, to the public.
✦ Bridges were also introduced during this time. This made it easier for people to travel to other cities safely, now that the danger of wading through the rivers had been eliminated.
cold rooms, libraries, hot rooms, etc. and would be lavishly decorated with domes, columns, marble, mosaics, sculptures, etc. The Baths of Caracalla is the second largest Roman public bath ever to be built. It was built during Emperor Caracalla's rule, and the construction began in 211 CE, ending in 216 CE. People from all strata of society could enjoy the facilities of this bath.