Photographs of the Aqua Traiana

Rodolfo Lanciani overlooking the Lanciani Collection at Palazzo Venezia.

Mike & Ted
Rodolfo Lanciani was one of the most eminent Roman archaeologists of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He oversaw
excavations across Rome during the rapid developments after 1870 when Rome became the capital of the new Italian State.

Our research in Rome has been assisted by the British School at Rome, which contains the library and photo archive of
Thomas Ashby, the American Accademy in Rome, which holds the photographs of Esther Van Deman and the Archaeology and
Art History Library which houses the collection of Rodolfo Lanciani (above) including unique plans of the Aqueducts
inside and outside of Rome city centre.

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