Aqua Appia

Roman aqueduct built in 312 BCE; the first of the major Roman aqueducts; named for Appius Claudius who also constructed and gave his name to the Via Appia.
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Aqua Appia

The Aqua Appia was the first Roman aqueduct. It was constructed in 312 BC by Appius Claudius Caecus, the same Roman censor who also built the important Via Appia. Its source, which Frontinus identifies as being about 780 paces away from via Praenestina, was allegedly established by Caius Plautius Venox. The Aqua Appia flowed for 16.4 km, entered t...
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