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Roman Aqueducts

Aqueduct- An artificial channel for conveying water, typically in the form of a bridge supported by tall columns across a valley.

Roman bath w hypocaust heat system

Showing the typical hypocaust system underneath the bath, allowing it to heat up. Slaves are visible (bottom left) keeping the fire going.

ANCIENT:roman-aqueduct-plumbing, the Romans were well known for their colossal and ingenious works of architecture and engineering, the gravity driven water distributing and waste evacuating aqueducts are still in use today

7 Ancient Wonders of Green Design & Technology

Greco-Roman ANCIENT:roman-aqueduct-plumbing, the Romans were well known for their colossal and ingenious works of architecture and engineering, the gravity driven water distributing and waste evacuating aqueducts are still in use today

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