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regular intervals and heights consistent with a stone built arcade. The total length of the aqueduct is ca. 190.3 m, and ca. 0.78 m wide. The aqueduct provided both the bath complex and the fortress with a constant source of water from the nearby ‘Ayn or spring.

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