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Alexandrina (Rome, Italy) taken to show line of the aqueducts across the low valley
Castel Madama and vicinity (Italy). Aqueduct much covered by foliage. One arch at left
Castel Madama and vicinity (Italy). Detail of the construction at one extreme end
Castel Madama and vicinity (Italy). Detailed view of the lower of two aqueducts
Castel Madama and vicinity (Italy). Details of the brick work
Castel Madama and vicinity (Italy). General view of aqueduct (same 7.1751), from the lower side, toward Rome. A bit of the modern power flume shows near the upper center of the view
Gallicano (Rome, Italy). The lower bridge, single arch, seen from the upper or Roman one
Gallicano, the bridge (Rome, Italy) seen from above. Several arches
Ponti degli Arce (Tivoli, Italy), seen from across the valley, 28" lens. Some what similar to preceding, 7.1777, but with the camera swung further to the right
The aqueduct Alexandrina (Rome, Italy), on the cross-over road from the Via Praenestina to the Naples road
[Subiaco and vicinity (Italy). Across the valley at the dam site. Old Roman masonry in foreground]
[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). General view of Roman ruins]
[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 up the valley through what was perhaps the sluice for the overflow]
[The Anio valley (Italy), general view]
[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). General view of the old stone bridge at Vicovaro (same as two preceding, 7.2135, 7.2134), seen from up stream]
[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]