digplanet beta 1: Athena
Share digplanet:


Applied sciences






















Redirect to:

Original courtesy of Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Roman_aqueducts — Please support Wikipedia.
This page uses Creative Commons Licensed content from Wikipedia. A portion of the proceeds from advertising on Digplanet goes to supporting Wikipedia.
51693 videos foundNext > 

The Roman Aqueducts

Romans constructed numerous aqueducts to supply water to cities and industrial sites. These aqueducts were among the greatest engineering feats of the ancien...

The Seven Wonders of Ancient Rome

The seven wonders of ancient rome: Circus Maximus, Trajan's Forum (Forum Traiani), the aqueducts, the baths of Caracalla, the roman roads, the Pantheon and t...

Romans - Aqueducts

From the documentary "Rome: Engineering an Empire" For education purposes only, no profit is collected from the posting of this video.

Engineering an Empire - Rome 3of10

One of the most powerful civilizations in history, the Roman Empire roled the world for more than five centuries. Although renowned for its military prowess,...

Roman Engineering- Aqueducts

The development of Roman aqueducts.

A Roman Aqueduct

A Roman Aqueduct - 3D Animation Class Project New England Technical Institute. Created in LightWave 9.6, Adobe Illustrator CS4, Adobe Sound Booth CS4 & Adobe...

Ancient Roman Aqueduct Source Discovered

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

Roman Aqueducts

Roman City DVD - PBS.

Roman Aqueducts

Minecraft Build - Roman Aqueducts

I have build this awesome roman aqueducts and i wanted to show it to all of you peoples.

51693 videos foundNext > 

187 news items

Hartford Courant
Mon, 28 Jul 2014 11:25:51 -0700

Gary Robbins is a geology professor at UConn specializing in groundwater hydrology. One afternoon last year, he was playing with his grandkids in New Hampshire. Sitting amidst a sea of hundreds of multi-colored LEGO blocks, Robbins got a brainstorm ...
Worcester Telegram
Thu, 13 Nov 2014 20:42:57 -0800

Showing a slide of a collapsed bridge in Minnesota, he noted that the Roman aqueducts are still standing. He showed the United States second from the bottom on a chart of countries surveyed about whether citizens agreed with the theory of evolution.

UConn Advance (blog)

UConn Advance (blog)
Thu, 28 Aug 2014 05:33:56 -0700

It is considered possibly the finest of all Roman aqueducts, with some of its arches rising more than 100 feet high. Also represented are the Baths of Caracalla, the second largest of Rome's public baths, built between AD 212 and AD 216, during the ...

Casper Journal

Casper Journal
Mon, 10 Nov 2014 10:33:16 -0800

The music and activities — from constructing Roman aqueducts to marching cadences — help students relate to what happened in the past by experiencing a bit of it. Then they're interested in reading, writing and participating in discussions the topics ...

The Moderate Voice

The Moderate Voice
Sun, 16 Nov 2014 05:07:30 -0800

Everything of any significance that we have ever done, from the Roman aqueducts, to the first printing press, to the combustion engine and the iPhone, the construction of skyscrapers and airplanes that defy gravity, we have done through the efforts ...
About - News & Issues
Mon, 24 Feb 2014 03:12:19 -0800

Roman aqueducts are stone channels or piped conduits that were constructed by the Romans to take advantage of gravity to move water from a distant source to where Rome's subjects lived. Aqueducts that served large cities could be quite large and cover ...
Mon, 19 Nov 2012 23:06:33 -0800

Hundreds of aqueducts eventually sprang up throughout the empire, some of which transported water as far as 60 miles. Perhaps most impressive of all, Roman aqueducts were so well built that some are still in use to this day. Rome's famous Trevi ...

Vision Systems Design

Vision Systems Design
Tue, 29 Oct 2013 08:43:27 -0700

A group of amateur archaeologists—aided by caving expert group Sotterranei di Roma (Underground Rome)—are using remote-controlled robots, 3D scanners, and lasers to map ancient Roman aqueducts that had once provided the city with fresh water.

Oops, we seem to be having trouble contacting Twitter

Support Wikipedia

A portion of the proceeds from advertising on Digplanet goes to supporting Wikipedia. Please add your support for Wikipedia!

Searchlight Group

Digplanet also receives support from Searchlight Group. Visit Searchlight