- The Layers of Underground Rome (Astrid B.)
- Means and Methods of Ancient Roman Construction (Brian Z.)
- Public Spaces: Learning from Ostia Antica and Pompei (Kira T.)
- A Comparison of the Colosseum and Stadio Olimpico (Elena J.)
- Evolution of Construction in Rome’s Historic Districts (Alex M.)
- The Geology of Rome and Its Use Throughout Time (Chloe J.)
- Venice: the Design and the Future of the City (Tabatha d.)
- The Aqueducts of Ancient Rome: A deeper look at the Aqua Claudia/Anio Novus and Aqua Virgo (Lily C.)
- Palazzo Pio, Construction from Ancient Rome to Modern Day (Andrew W.)
- Mathematical Analysis of the Pantheon Columns: Vitruvius & Didyma Turkey Plans (Josie N.)
- Thermal Respite in Ancient Rome: A Study of the Baths of Caracalla (Lila Munn)
- From Mountain to Fountain: Rome’s Aqueducts (Alex A.)
- A Look into Ancient Roman Roads (Nancy L.)
- Water Delivery Infrastructure in Ancient Rome (Cameron S.)
- Baths of Caracalla – A Case Study on Water Management (Cecilia B.)
- Battling Consolidation & Flooding In Rome Through the Ages (Grace C.)
- Methods of Temperature Control: A Comparative Study between Ancient and Modern Rome (Tristan S.)
- Modern Accessibility in an Ancient City (Cassie S.)
- An Assessment of the Sustainability of Roman Urban Design (Bhagat S.)
Here is how to embed a Google map in WordPress (it’s really easy):
Go to Google Maps and search for the location you want to display.
Select the menu button in the upper left.
From the drop-down menu, select “Share or embed map”
Pick the “embed a map” choice at the top, and then click “COPY HTML”
Go to your WordPress article and click the PLUS button and select “Custom HTML” as the type of thing you want to add.
Now click “Preview” to see it in there. Now you have a Google Map inside your WordPress article.