An interactive cartographic history of the relationship between hydrological and hydraulic systems and their impact on the urban development of Rome, Italy from 753 BC to the present day.
Els gives an illustrated outline of the history of aqueducts worldwide. [Dutch and English versions].
Illustrated article by Al Schlaf. Includes the establishment of the centralized water office and the restoration of the older aqueducts and construction of the new.
English translation of the complete text of the De Aquis (de Aquaeductu Urbis Romae), linked to the Latin and to a photostatic reproduction of the entire surviving medieval manuscript.
History and photographs of the aqueduct built by Agrippa. Located near Nimes, France.
Provides instructions on designing aqueducts, for a water engineer in ancient Rome.
A ranked and annotated listing of websites, pages and images from Bill Thayer's Lacus Curtius.
Extensive listing of viaducts with photographs and commentary.
Essay on current day locations and construction details. Includes photographs, diagrams, and related links.
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