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Aqueduct Clausonnes

43 ° 36 '19 "N , 7 ° 04 '04 "E Aqueduct Clausonnes Antipolis ( Antibes ) was fed to the Roman period by two aqueducts , the water of the Font Vella and the aqueduct Bouillide (or Clausonnes). Summary 1 aqueduct description Bouillide 2 Dating 3 References 4 See also 4.1 Bibliography 4.2 Related articles 4.3 External link Aqueduct description Bouillide [ edit | edit the code ] Aqueduct of Antibes Bouillide The aqueduct Bouillide has a length of about 16 km. The aqueduct has two branches which join near the aqueduct on the Valmasque, before the remains of the aqueduct on Goa. The source of the branch of Bouillde is located in the town of Valbonne . This branch of the Valmasque was in the town of Mougins . He had to reach Antibes in the Laval valley and then passed under the current Place de Gaulle. He uncorked likely Republic Street. A piece was found in a house in the Rue du Haut-Castellet The Goa aqueduct bridge allowed the aqueduct Bouillide or Clausonnes to cross the valley of Goa. It originally consisted of four bays. It remains primers arches ends and battery. There are elements on the ground. Several books still exist along the route. He had particular power the Roman fountain in the garden of the rectory. Recent research has detailed the main works of art still visible on the aqueduct route and showed parallels to the aqueduct of Fréjus . aqueduct Bouillide aqueduct Bouillide Dating [ edit | edit the code ] Both Antibes aqueducts have comparable dimensions, but differences of construction show that they do not date from the same era. Comparisons with other works seem to show that the aqueduct Bouillide is the oldest and dates from the last third of the first century. The Aqueduct of Font Vella, 4.5 km long, must date from the early second century. The collection chamber of the aqueduct of the Font Vella was restored in the eighteenth century by L. d'Aiguillon. It remained in service until the mid-twentieth century. In 2009 a tank with a capacity of 60 m 3 was found in the Ascent of Dor Souchère that had to be fed by rainwater harvesting. References [ change | modify the code ] ↑ "Aqueduct Clausonnes (remains)" , basis Merimee , French Ministry of Culture ↑ Archaeological Museum of Antibes, the origins of Antibes. Antiquity and Middle Ages, p 76-77, SilvanaEditoriale, Milan, 2013 (. ISBN 978-8-836626854 ). P 120 ↑ Paul and John Garczynski Foucras collaboration with Michel Dubar: The aqueduct Antipolis said the Bouillide (Alpes-Maritimes), Gallia, 62, 2005, p. 13-34 . See also [ edit | edit the code ] On the other Wikimedia projects: Aqueduct Clausonnes , Wikimedia Commons References [ change | modify the code ] Marcel Prade, Bridges historical monuments, p. 59, Brissaud, Poitiers, 1986 ( ISBN 2903442819 ) Foucras Jean Paul Garczynski, Roman aqueduct Antipolis said the Bouillide, p. 43-52, Memoirs of the Institute of Prehistory and Archaeology of the Alpes-Maritimes, Volume XLII 2000 Foucras Jean Paul Garczynski, sites in urban areas of the Roman aqueduct Antipolis said the Bouillide, p. 41-50, Memoirs of the Institute of Prehistory and Archaeology of the Alpes-Maritimes, Volume XLV 2003 Paul Garczynski, Jean Foucras, in collaboration with Michel Dubar, The aqueduct Antipolis said the Bouillide (Alpes-Maritimes), p. 13-34, Gallia, 2005, volume 62 Watch online aqueduct Plan in Valmasque J. Marguier, Roman aqueduct Bouillide in Antibes, p. 26-31, in Provence history, Volume 5, Issue 19, 1955 Read online The river Bouillide Related articles [ edit | edit the code ] Antibes List of historical monuments of Alpes-Maritimes List of Roman aqueducts External link [ edit | edit the code ] Ministry of Culture - DRAC PACA - Warehouse Aqueduct Clausonnes

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