WATER

 

versión española

 

To supply water to the cities was one of the greatest preoccupations for the Romans, not only for a private consumption, but also for a common consumption in fountains, thermae, public events, etc., and even for an industrial and agricultural consumption.  For this reason the Roman undertook enormous hydraulic works to store, to supply, to canalize and to evacuate water in their cities.

 

THERMAE

(Photo: Roberto Lérida Lafarga 19/11/2007)

CISTERNS

FOUNTAINS

CANALIZATIONS

AQUEDUCTS

LATRINES

DAMS

SEWERS