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AQUA TRAIANA * an aqueduct built by Trajan (Not. app.; Pol. Silv. 545,546; LP i. 211), which drew its supply from springs at the north-west corner of the Lake of Bracciano (lacus Sabatinus). There are scanty traces of the ancient channel, but they have mostly been concealed by the reconstruction of the aqueduct by Paul V in 1605 (whence the modern name Acqua Paola). An inscribed cippus of 109 A.D. was found some 10 miles from Rome (CIL vi. 1260=31567=xi. 3793); Bormann is wrong in referring (as T x. 79 also does) ib. 3309 (NS 1882, 266) to this aqueduct; it relates to a local supply for the village of Forum Clodii. while another with the inscription destroyed has been identified (BC 1892, 289). A large castellum with many lead pipes radiating from it was found in the Vigna Lais on the via Aurelia (LA 461-463, but the only ones quite certainly found here are CIL xv. 7369-7373, while 7485, 7609, 7625, 7656, 7662 are doubtful). The channel has recently been found in the construction