Guide to the Aqueducts of Ancient Rome
Aicher has crafted an ideal introduction and a valuable field companion for navigating the Roman aqueducts. Features new maps, schematic drawings, photographs, and reprints of Ashby's line drawings.
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Acqua Felice Agrippa ancient aqueducts Anio Novus Anio valley Anio Vetus Appia Aqua Claudia Aqua Marcia Aqua Traiana Aqua Virgo aqueduct bridge archways Ashby Augustus Aurelian Wall basin baths Belisarius branch aqueduct brick brick-faced concrete built buttresses Caelian Capannelle Casilina Castel Madama castellum cement century channel wall conduits construction Cosimato course crossed dirt road downstream east encasing walls Fosso fountain Frontinus Gregorio Hadrian Hill imperial inscription Julia lake Lake Bracciano left bank located Mandrione meters modern molding Nero's Branch north side Paola peperino Piazza piers pipes Ponte Lupo Porta Furba Porta Maggiore Porta Tiburtina Prenestina Quintilii reinforcing arches remains repairs restoration river Roman aqueducts Romavecchia Rome Rome's route ruins Severan shafts siphon Sites to visit slopes springs stream stretch structure Subiaco substruction subterranean supply tank Tepula Tivoli Tor Fiscale town Traiana travertine tufa tunnel underground upstream Valle Vicovaro villa visible