Age of Segovia aqueduct revised after discovery of ancient coin

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One of Spain’s most emblematic monuments is younger than was originally thought. New archeological studies have placed the construction date of the Segovia Aqueduct in the second century, between 112 and 116 AD. The traditional date attributed to this Roman World Heritage site was around 98 AD. In response to the findings, the city council of Segovia has already ordered a new print run of tourist brochures featuring the new date.

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