it really surprising but ancient Rome and other ancient civilization used flushable toilet in their time. in the other side we are thinking its modern concept of our civilization.lets check some fact below:
The cities of Harappa and Mohenjo-daro had a flush toilet in almost every house, it is attached to a sophisticated sewage system. flushable toilet appear in Knossos and Akrotiri of the ancient Minoan civilization from the 2nd millennium BC.
Similar flush toilets were in use throughout the Roman Empire from the 1st through 5th centuries AD. Some examples include those at Vindolanda on Hadrian’s Wall in Britain. With the fall of the Roman Empire, these toilet systems fell into disuse.
Dholavira, located in Gujarat, India, had a series of water storing tanks and step wells, and its water management system has been called “unique”.
i mean they are all had good and clever technique to live life.like Mohenjo-daro in Sindh, Pakistan had best-known structures – “Great Bath”, an earliest public water tank of the ancient world which have 11.88 meters x 7.01 meters, and has a maximum depth of 2.43 meters, was used to holding water. wasnt they clever ?