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Archaeologists fight to save aqueduct from farmer

An Italian farmer who owns the land a Roman aqueduct was discovered on is damaging the site by digging for treasure. In January father and son team Edward and Michael O'Neill discovered the headwaters of the aqueduct, which was built by the Emperor Trajan, hidden beneath a crumbling 13th century

14th-century aqueduct unearted in Jerusalem

A 14th-century aqueduct, which supplied water to Jersualsm for nearly 600 years, has been found. Photographs from the late 19th century showed the aqueduct in use by the city's Ottoman rulers, nearly 600 years after its construction in 1320. The photo shows an inscription dating back to the aqueduct's early

2,000-year-old Roman aqueduct discovered

Archaeologists in Britain have found the hidden source of a Roman aqueduct 1,900 years after it was inaugerated by Emperor Trajan. The underground spring lies behind a concealed door beneath an abandoned 13th century church on the shores of Lake Bracciano, 35 miles north of Rome. Exploration of the site has shown