Ancient Greeks Installed Ramps on Temples to Improve Access for Disabled People, New Research Suggests

Ancient Greeks were ahead of the curve in a lot of ways—including, it seems, issues of accessibility. A new archaeological study has found that stone ramps on some ancient buildings were likely built with the disabled in mind. Studying a variety of temples, primarily from the 4th century AD, Debby … Read entire story.

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