Ancient Greek sewage

By |2018-05-01T09:57:51-07:00July 18th, 2017|Economy, Greeks|

Ancient Greek sewage: A child's high chair/potty seat (Athens, ca. 580 BC) Chamber pots and latrines Most Greek towns had no sewage system, and just latrines for bathrooms. According to Aristophanes, a lot of men just went in the street, wherever they happened to be. Women and girls usually went inside, using a chamber pot, [...]