Limescale reveals ancient hydraulic secrets

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In a lovely bit of archaeological detective work, by sifting through limescale that fell off wooden boards, a team from the University of Mainz has worked out how Romans got extra useful energy from water. The site is the Barbegal watermills in southern France. where an aqueduct at the top of a steep hill fed two …

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