Aqueduct

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An aqueduct is a man-made conduit for water. The Babylonians, and Egyptians built large-scale underground aqueducts, but the Romans preferred a row of arches supporting the channels along which water could run from mountains down into cities. Rome itself had nine such aqueducts.

Sources

The New American Desk Encyclopedia, Penguin Group, 1989