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Aqueducts. Ponte Lupo (Italy). General view up the little valley, seen from the top of the
Aqueducts. Ponte Lupo (Italy). General view up the little valley, seen from the top of the "bridge"
[Campagna Romana: Aqua Claudia e Anio Novus (Italy)]
[Campagna Romana: Aqua Claudia e Anio Novus (Italy)]
[Campagna Romana: Aqua Claudia, Fosso della Morte (Italy). Level C.S.63, view from outside]
[Campagna Romana: Aqua Claudia, Fosso della Morte (Italy). Level C.S.63, view from outside]
[Campagna Romana: Aqua Marcia, Ponte Lupo (Italy). End of bridge at rock of stream-bank]
[Campagna Romana: Aqua Marcia, Ponte Lupo (Italy). End of bridge at rock of stream-bank]
[Campagna Romana: Aqua Marcia, Ponte Lupo (Italy). Upper side SE, detail of stonework]
[Campagna Romana: Aqua Marcia, Ponte Lupo (Italy). Upper side SE, detail of stonework]
[Campagna Romana: Aqua Marcia, Ponte S. Pietro (Italy). N side, S bank]
[Campagna Romana: Aqua Marcia, Ponte S. Pietro (Italy). N side, S bank]
[Campagna Romana: the bridge on the slopes above Via Empolitana (Italy)]
[Campagna Romana: the bridge on the slopes above Via Empolitana (Italy)]
Castel Madama and vicinity (Italy). Detailed view, 7.1760, to show how one end is splitting off and will, before long, fall
Castel Madama and vicinity (Italy). Detailed view, 7.1760, to show how one end is splitting off and will, before long, fall
Castel Madama and vicinity (Rome, Italy). Aqueduct, end section toward Rome
Castel Madama and vicinity (Rome, Italy). Aqueduct, end section toward Rome
Castel Madama (Italy). The next aqueduct above the Castel Madama power station (hydro-electric) showing one cracked brick arch
Castel Madama (Italy). The next aqueduct above the Castel Madama power station (hydro-electric) showing one cracked brick arch
[Ponte di Nona, acqueduct (Pescara, Italy)]
[Ponte di Nona, acqueduct (Pescara, Italy)]
[Subiaco and vicinity (Italy). Across the valley at the dam site. Old Roman masonry in foreground]
[Subiaco and vicinity (Italy). Across the valley at the dam site. Old Roman masonry in foreground]
[Subiaco and vicinity (Italy). Back up the gorge and valley, from the site of the lower Roman dam]
[Subiaco and vicinity (Italy). Back up the gorge and valley, from the site of the lower Roman dam]
[Subiaco and vicinity (Italy). Close up view, with scale, of a very narrow specus by the road just across the high bridge on the main road]
[Subiaco and vicinity (Italy). Close up view, with scale, of a very narrow specus by the road just across the high bridge on the main road]
[Subiaco and vicinity (Italy). Long focus view across valley showing the remains of Nero's villa]
[Subiaco and vicinity (Italy). Long focus view across valley showing the remains of Nero's villa]
[Subiaco and vicinity (Italy). Looking down the valley toward the site of the dam]
[Subiaco and vicinity (Italy). Looking down the valley toward the site of the dam]
[Tivoli and vicinity (Italy), traces of branch aqueduct leading down to Hadrian's Villa]
[Tivoli and vicinity (Italy), traces of branch aqueduct leading down to Hadrian's Villa]
[Vicovaro (Tivoli, Italy). Another view of the same end of the bridge (7.2134) with Dr. Ashby pointing to the location of the ancient aqueduct]
[Vicovaro (Tivoli, Italy). Another view of the same end of the bridge (7.2134) with Dr. Ashby pointing to the location of the ancient aqueduct]
[Vicovaro (Tivoli, Italy). General view of the old stone bridge at Vicovaro (same as two preceding, 7.2135, 7.2134), seen from up stream]
[Vicovaro (Tivoli, Italy). General view of the old stone bridge at Vicovaro (same as two preceding, 7.2135, 7.2134), seen from up stream]
[Vicovaro (Tivoli, Italy). Looking down the valley to see some of the changes made by railways and power developments. Power flume at the left]
[Vicovaro (Tivoli, Italy). Looking down the valley to see some of the changes made by railways and power developments. Power flume at the left]
[Vicovaro (Tivoli, Italy). One arch of the bridge over the Anio, end toward town, substructures of town, and remains at the head of the bridge]
[Vicovaro (Tivoli, Italy). One arch of the bridge over the Anio, end toward town, substructures of town, and remains at the head of the bridge]
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