Aqueducts of Rome
The eleven aqueducts of Rome were built with the wire of the centuries sufficiently to supply out of water the population of Rome. Their combined capacity reached nearly 1.130.000 cubic meters per day for the city. Detailed statistics of each aqueduct of the city were noted around in 97 a. J. - C. by Sextus Julius Frontinus, conservative of the aqueducts of Rome during the reign of Nerva, and principal information which we collected on the aqueducts of Rome comes from its writings on the subject.
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