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Man’s transition from ancient hunter gatherer societies to the world’s first great civilizations was made possible in no small part due to the construction of elaborate systems of aqueducts. These provided a means of conveying water for ancient Babylon, Greece, Rome and others, enabling settled farming communities and secure food supplies.

In fact, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world located in the Mesopotamian city of Nineveh, were made possible by the construction of a massive aqueduct consisting of 2 million dressed stones, arches, and waterproof cement.

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