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Two British filmmakers recently uncovered the long-lost source of Rome's ancient aqueduct. Rossella Lorenzi reports on the discovery.

A Roman Aqueduct

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Ancient aqueducts, carved out of solid rock almost 2 thousand years ago to supply water to the city of Rome, Italy, are being investigated by archaeologists ...

Roman Aqueducts

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