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Water and acqueducts in Rome, 1870-1984

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This volume fills a gap in the long history of Roman aquedcuts. It covers the development of Rome's waterworks from 1870 to today; from the events concerning the Acqua Pia Marcia to the construction of the Pesciera-Capore aqueduct, one of the largestin the world that is fed by spring-water.

The work is a result of a collective study by the authors who have all, in varying fields and at different times, lived through the events concerning Roman aqueducts over the last forty years.

Text in Italian, title page and introduction in English - Special edition for the 16 International Water Supply Congress and Exhibition - Blue cloth binding, white lettering, dust jacket -

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Author(s):
G. Coppa L.Pediconi G.Bardi
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
30x22
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
229
Publisher:
Edizioni Quasar

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This volume fills a gap in the long history of Roman aquedcuts. It covers the development of Rome's waterworks from 1870 to today; from the events concerning the Acqua Pia Marcia to the construction of the Pesciera-Capore aqueduct, one of the largestin the world that is fed by spring-water.

The work is a result of a collective study by the authors who have all, in varying fields and at different times, lived through the events concerning Roman aqueducts over the last forty years.

Text in Italian, title page and introduction in English - Special edition for the 16 International Water Supply Congress and Exhibition - Blue cloth binding, white lettering, dust jacket -

Author(s):
G. Coppa L.Pediconi G.Bardi
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
30x22
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
229
Publisher:
Edizioni Quasar

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