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What is an aqueduct?

An aqueduct is a structure that carries water through Rome and  Greece. It leads pipes to houses to sinks to water fountains and  anything that has water coming out with a b (MORE)

What does an aqueduct do?

Humans always need water. For themselves, for drinking andcleaning. For their animals, for growing plants. If there aren'tgood sources nearby, water has to be moved in somehow (MORE)

Are aqueducts buildings?

No. Aqueducts are water transportation systems--you could call them large water pipes. They were/are used to bring water where it is needed.
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What were aqueducts and what were they used for?

Aqueducts were large water pipes and they were used to bring water to wherever it was needed. Aqueducts were large water pipes and they were used to bring water to wherever i (MORE)

What an aqueduct?

An aqueduct carries water. It is a "water" duct. CA has a large one to move water from Northern CA to Southern Ca. The Romans were the first to build them.
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