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Aqua Claudia. - 50 miles – Arcades of arches 60 feet high.
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C HAPTER FOUR Dissertation II on the Waters and Aqueducts of
of the Aqua Augusta is surely detected in it, with other better conjectures scorned.
1 Author Michael Lauritsen Author Status MA Greek and Roman
the Aqua Augusta, an ancillary branch which joined the Appia near Spes. Vetus.
Imperial Power, Legislation. and Water Management in the Roman

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Alle 16 “Aqua Augusta Campaniae: spreco a La Pietra (Pozzuoli)” a cura di Graziano Ferrari e Raffaella La Magna.

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Aqua Augusta (Naples) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Aqua Augusta or Serino Aqueduct was a Roman aqueduct which supplied water to eight cities in the Bay of Naples, including Pompeii, Stabiae and Nola.
Aqua Augusta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aqua Augusta. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Serino Aqua Augusta - Roman Aqueducts
This aqueduct, probably in antiquity known as the Aqua Augusta, partly followed older Samnite constructions in the east.
Roman Aqueducts- Aqua Augusta
The Roman aqueduct "Aqua Augusta" is now more commonly known as the Serino Aqueduct (L'Acquedotto Augusteo Serino).
The Aqua Augusta and control of water resources in the Bay of
Jun 12, 2011 This paper investigates the Aqua Augusta, one of the most difficult and costly aqueducts ever constructed by an ancient civilization.

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