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by Archaeology Newsroom

Water: Its Use in Antiquity and in the Early Greek Middle Ages

The objective of the present article is to investigate the use of water during the Hellenistic and Roman period. Special attention and emphasis was given to the sufficient water supply of cities, sanctuaries, water mills, baths, as well as to the construction of flood controls and to the survival of the practices of water benefaction, in relation to the management of water resources during the Late antiquity.