Roman Aqueducts and Water Supply

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Bloomsbury Academic, Mar 26, 2002 - History - 512 pages

How did a Roman waterworks work? How were the aqueducts planned and built? What happened to the water before it arrived in the aqueduct and after it left, in catchment, urban distribution and drainage? What were the hydraulics and drainage involved?

In a comprehensive, generously illustrated study ranging through the Roman aqueducts of France, Germany, Spain, North Africa, Turkey and Israel as well as the Roman heartland of Italy, A. Trevor Hodge introduces us to these often neglected aspects of what the Romans themselves regarded as one of the greatest glories of their civilisation. Roman Aqueducts is now available for the first time in paperback, brought completely up-to-date with a new Preface and additional Bibliography.

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Contents

Urban Distribution
273
The Domestic Supply
304
Drains and Sewers
332
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

A. Trevor Hodge is Distinguished Research Professor of Classics at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.

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