century AD, when the city was "most prosperous and happy" under the Antonines. In the foreground is a circular basin that received waters from the fountain, which were conducted through pipes whose outlets are visible in the background
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ENGINEERING INVENTIONS, GREAT WORKS A-Road Constructions
Site: Petra-Jordan Sub Site: Kingâ€™s Highway Location: Petra Period: In the early 2nd century AD, Trajan used this route to build his "Via Nova Trajana
Published on Feb 12, 2014