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Aquae Urbis Romae: The Waters of the City of Rome, a project directed by Katherin Wentworth Rinne, is a comprehensive cartographic study that chronicles the 2,800-year history of the urban and hydrological developments of Rome, with an emphasis on the relationship between water systems and public life. This extensive Website, which continues to grow, functions as an interactive archive of the cartographic materials created specifically for the study. The site includes a timeline section, tracking hydrological developments through a series of iterative maps; a typology section, allowing users to build maps based on layers of typological data; and a topography section, permitting users to view historical 3D representations of Rome.
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