Who invented the door and why?

The first recorded automatic door was created in the 1st century AD during the era of Roman Egypt by a Greek scholar known as Heron of Alexandria. If we’re talking about ingenuity, leave it to the Chinese to create the first foot-sensor-activated door during the reign of Emperor of Yang of Sui, ruling from 604 to 618.

Are any of the original doors still alive?

Densmore and guitarist Robby Krieger are the band’s only surviving members. Morrison died in 1971 and keyboardist Ray Manzarek passed in 2013.

Why did the doors not have a bass player?

John Densmore played drums. Robby Krieger played guitar. Jim Morrison sang. That was it, and the guys have explained that the lack of a bass guitarist freed up sonic space and helped the group distinguish their sound from other late ’60s bands.

Why were doors smaller in the past?

Some older properties have lower doors. The reason is that people were marginally shorter in the 15th 16th century. Street levels and floor levels have risen over time. The old houses’ floors have been raised to match the external hight.

Did houses always have windows?

The earliest houses didn’t have windows. The only light that could get in was via an opening which served as an entrance and a circular smoke hole in the middle. The interior of most primitive dwellings, whether made of stone, wood or hide, was generally pretty gloomy.

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Did Vikings have glass windows?

Glass was used in a number of ways by the Saxons and Vikings; for drinking vessels, window glass, jewellery, enamelling and beads. Remains of glass making furnaces have been found in York and Glastonbury.