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In antiquity, aqueducts were a means to transport water from one place to another, achieving a regular and controlled water supply to a place which would not otherwise have received sufficient water to meet basic needs such as irrigation of food crops and drinking fountains. They may take the form of underground tunnels, networks of surface channels and canals... [continue reading]
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Harry B. EvansUniversity of Michigan Press (15 March 1994)Currently unavailable
Charles R. OrtloffOxford University Press, USA (18 January 2010)Price: $118.49
Dora P. CrouchOxford University Press, USA (24 June 1993)Price: $142.50
Alfonso BurgersBritish Archaeological Reports (31 December 2001)Price: $115.00
James CrowSociety for the Promotion of Roman Studies (31 December 2008)Price: $100.00