Roman Concrete Resources by David Moore

He defines Roman building practices and adds support to the Roman practices given in Morgan’s book "Vitruvius-The Ten Books On Architecture." He cites Roman concrete making details (a little hard to read at times to get the technical meaning); some say he copied Vitruvius, but I truly reserve judgment.

There are comments on ancient concrete including the method of using concrete under water.

The plague' of the title refers to the deluge of pseudo-concrete images which Zizek places in an antagonistic relationship to the ever greater abstractions which determine our lives.

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