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Roman Bridges


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Ariminum

If you are really interested in Roman bridges, see for starters
this article from Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities (1875).
It's a fair source of information on the bridges of the City of Rome, but is weak on the construction of bridges; I think we can eventually do better. . . .


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Narnia

8/11/99: 2 pages, 1 photo, 1 engraving

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Rome

11 bridges, 11 pages, 5 photos

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Asculum

1 page, 1 photo

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Cales & Pontedazzo

3 bridges, 1 page, 2 photos

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Cavallara

1 page, 4 photos

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Helvillum

2 pages, 5 photos

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Narni: Ponte Caldaro

1 page, 1 photo

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Palazzolo & Nuceria

2 bridges, 1 page, 2 photos

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Pontebari

1 page, 4 photos

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Ponte Fonnaia

1 page, 6 photos

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Pontericcioli

4 bridges, 1 page, 4 photos

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Reate

1 page, 1 photo

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S. Giovanni de Butris

1 page, 4 photos
(Yes, that's a bridge!)

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Spoletium

1 page, 1 photo


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