Vertical access shafts the qanats still create a

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vertical access shafts. The qanats still create a reliable supply of water for human settlements andirrigation in hot, arid, and semi-arid climates. The qanat technology was developed in ancient Iran by thePersian people sometime in the early 1st millennium BC, and spread from there slowly westward andeastward.
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0 / 1 ptsAccording to the Mays reading, what technology was invented during the Hellenistic period to take theplace of free surface water flow?
Question 141 / 1 ptsWhat was the name of the first aqueduct system in Rome?
The aqueduct system in Rome evolved over a 500-year time period, with the first aqueduct, the AquaAppia, being constructed around 313 BC. This system, with eleven aqueducts eventually supplied waterto Rome mostly from springs. However, two were supplied from the Anio River and one from LakeAlsietinus. All the major eastern aqueducts entered Rome at the Porta Maggiore.Quiz Score:9.5out of 1
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