Question 12 1 1 pts what was the name of the first

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Question 12 1 / 1 pts What was the name of the first aqueduct system in Rome? Cornalvo Las Thomas Correct! Aqua Appia Proserpina The aqueduct system in Rome evolved over a 500-year time period, with the first aqueduct, the Aqua Appia, being constructed around 313 BC. This system, with eleven aqueducts eventually supplied water to Rome mostly from springs. However, two were supplied from the Anio River and one from Lake Alsietinus. All the major eastern aqueducts entered Rome at the Porta Maggiore.
Question 13 1 / 1 pts According to the Sahagun reading, why was there an issue with dust in the Los Angeles region?
Question 14 1 / 1 pts Historically, the Owens Valley has provided _____ percent of the water for Los Angeles.
This narrowly defined arid valley about seventy-five miles long lying adjacent to the majestic Eastern Sierra has historically provided, through the surface flow diversions and sustained groundwater pumping of nearly 100 years, up to 75 percent of Los Angeles' annual water supply.

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