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Taylor Rabun

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The University of Texas at Austin

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Visiting Artists and Scholars | American Academy in Rome

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Rabun Taylor
Associate Professor of Classics University of Texas at Austin


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by Rabun Taylor
Rabun Taylor is associate professor of classics at the University of Texas at Austin.


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by Rabun Taylor
A team, including (from left to right), filmmakers Ted and Mike O'Neill, and archaeologists Rabun Taylor and Katherine Rinne, is trying to pinpoint the Aqua Traiana's source. Rabun Taylor is associate professor of classics at the University of Texas at Austin.


Archaeological Institute of America - Schedule Search

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Rabun Taylor, University of Texas, Austin Lecture)
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The Aqua Traiana Aqueduct in Rome

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of an aqueduct bridge according to Prof. Rabun Taylor of University of Texas.
The Aqueduct arrives in Rome at the top of the Janiculum Hill at a high level above the city. In order to reach Trajan's Baths on the top of the Colle Oppio and the storage cisterns known as the Sette Sale, the aqueduct probably crossed the river Tiber on a large stone bridge or just possibly under the river in a syphon made with lead pipes. The archaeologist Prof. Rabun Taylor from the University of Texas proposes that the aqueduct crossed the tiber on a high stone structure close to the Children's Hospice building at the Porto di Ripa Grande, and curved around the Aventine Hill before turning north towards the Colle Oppio, the hill adjacent to the Colosseum, and the site of Trajan's baths.


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