Vüe des restes de l'Aqueduc de l'Eau Claudia, from Les Plus Beaux Monuments de Rome Ancienne ou Recueil des plus beaux Morceaux de l'Antiquité Romaine qui existent encore

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Plate 40, View of the ruins of the Claudian Aqueduct (Aqua Claudia) at left, the Porta Furba – an archway of the Acqua Felice built by Pope Sixtus V – at right, and the fountain built by Pope Clement XII at center. Below this plate is an unnumbered image titled "D'après l'Antique," showing a fragment of a frieze with a kneeling male figure at center. These two images appear facing page 69, the first of two pages of text describing the aqueducts of Rome.

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