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The Aqueduct Hunters on BBC News

March 24, 2011


Two days after our Press Conference on January 30th 2010, BBC News ran an item on the Aqueduct Hunters including much of our material from the Santa Fiora Nymphaeum. The Interview was conducted in Allan’s Studium Urbis in Rome city centre, and Duncan Kennedy, on our advice did his piece to camera in front of […]

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Aqueduct Hunter dot Com launches on Worldwide Water day 2011

March 22, 2011


The website

The AqueductHunter Website has launched today on Worldwide Water day, and features a special report on the discovery of the Santa Fiora Nymphaeum, the primary source of the Aqua Traiana Aqueduct. has twelve pages of information on the Santa Fiora discovery and the Aqua Traiana, twenty six image pages and four brand-spanking new plans […]

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Alive and Bubbling

February 2, 2011


The Caldara of Manziana

The Bracciano volcanic region is alive and bubbling still. Here, north of Rome, the land is living on craggy volcanic Rock.   The land that spewed up an enormous volcano sixty million years ago is still gently grumbling and the evidence is for everyone to see all around Lake Bracciano. In the surrounding plains and forests, fumeroles […]

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