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11 March, 04:27

What is a Assyrian aqueduct

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  1. 11 March, 04:36
    The Aqueduct of Jerwan. The aqueduct is part of the larger Atrush Canal built by the Assyrian king Sennacherib between 703 and 690 BC to water Ninevah's extensive gardens, with water diverted from Khenis gorge, 50 km to the north. An inscription on the aqueduct reads: Sennacherib king of the world king of Assyria.
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