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" ... have said, could not be inserted without special permission from the emperor. Those whose means or interest were insufficient to obtain a private pipe, were obliged to fetch water from the public fountains. It is calculated by M. Rendelet that the... "
Handbook of Archaeology: Egyptian-Greek-Etruscan-Roman - Seite 124
von Hodder Michael Westropp - 1878 - 600 Seiten
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Pompeii ...

George Clarke (F.S.A.) - 1832
...fountains. It is calculated by M. Rendelet that the nine aqueducts described by Frontinus furnished Rome with a supply of water equal to that carried down...deep, flowing at the rate of thirty inches a second. This would be upwards of one million and a half cubic feet of water every hour. We may well agree with...
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Pompeii, Band 2

William Clarke (architect.) - 1836
...fountains. It is calculated by M. Rendelet that the nine aqueducts described by Frontinus furnished Rome with a supply of water equal to that carried down...deep, flowing at the rate of thirty inches a second. This would be upwards of one million and a half cubic feet of water every hour. We may well agree with...
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Pompeii [by W. Clarke].

William Clarke (architect.) - 1836
...fountains. It is calculated by M. Rendelet that the nine aqueducts described by Frontinus furnished Rome, with a supply of water equal to that carried down...deep, flowing at the rate of thirty inches a second. This would be upwards of one million and a half cubic feet of water every hour. We may well agree with...
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A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities

1859 - 1293 Seiten
...aed fama celebrata opera Graecontm." It has been calculated that these nine aqueducts famished Rome with a supply of water equal to that carried down by a river thirty feet broad by fix deep, flowing at the rate of thirty inches a second. There was also another aqueduct, not AQCAKDUCTUS....
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Handbook of Archæology: Egyptian--Greek--Etruscan--Roman

Hodder Michael Westropp - 1867 - 458 Seiten
...Novus, the lower the Aqua Claudia. It has been calculated that these nine aqueducts furnished Rome with a supply of water equal to that carried down...deep, flowing at the rate of thirty inches a second. These magnificent and useful works of the ancient Romans were not confined to the capital alone. Constructions...
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Temples, tombs, and monuments of ancient Greece and Rome

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1871 - 307 Seiten
...has been calculated that the volume of the water with which they supplied Rome was equal to that of a river thirty feet broad by six deep, flowing at the rate of thirty inches a second. 10. The Aqua Crabrn was at one time brought into the Circus Maximus ; but its water was of so inferior...
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A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities

William Smith - 1873 - 1293 Seiten
...sal fuma celeltrala opera Graecorum." It has been calculated that these nine aqueducts furnished Rome with a supply of water equal to that carried down...by six deep, flowing at the rate of thirty inches a Kcoud. There was also another aqueduct, not reckoned with the nine, because its waters were no longer...
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A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities, Band 1

William Smith - 1890 - 2125 Seiten
...calculated that these nine aqueducts furnished Rome with a supply of water equal to that carried down by » river thirty feet broad by six deep, flowing at the rate of thirty inches a second. The total irater supplyof Rome has been estimated at 332,306,624 gallons a day, or, taking the population...
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The Student's Roman Empire: A History of the Roman Empire from Its ...

John Bagnell Bury - 1893 - 638 Seiten
...wonderful in the whole world." It has been estimated that the water supplied by these nine aqueducts was "equal to that carried down by a river, thirty feet...deep, flowing at the rate of thirty inches a second," and that if the population of Rome was a million, the supply was equivalent to 332 gallons a head daily.*...
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