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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.


The New American Desk Encyclopedia, Penguin Group, 1989