Ancient Roman aqueduct supply revealed

10 junio 2015

A study of limestone deposits within the Anio Novus aqueduct in Rome has allowed researchers to report an actual estimate for the aqueduct’s flow rate. By studying limestone deposits that formed from the flowing water within the aqueduct, called travertine, researchers report an actual estimate for the aqueduct’s flow rate of 1.4 m^3/s (± 0.4).
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