Archaeologists Have Uncovered What Could Be Rome’s Oldest Aqueduct

Colosseum in Rome, Italy - April 2007

Archaeologists have uncovered what could be Rome’s oldest aqueduct. The ancient structure was recently unearthed during the construction of a ventilation shaft for the Italian capital’s new metro line. The aqueduct is believed to be around 2,300 years old dating from the 3rd century BC. Measuring some 32 metres long, experts say such a discovery is…