• End of 6th c. BC

    First phase of construction of the Flerio aqueduct.

  • Roman times

    A radical reformation of the Flerio aqueduct takes place, maintaining the initial route and construction a stone-built channel, underground in some parts and above ground in others.

  • 4th c. AD

    The built channel is replaced by a new one, similar to the first.

  • 8th c. AD

    The reformed Flerion aqueduct is no longer in use.

  • 2003

    The entrance to the tunnel is discovered during archeological excavations. Today parts of the aqueduct have been restored and can be visited.

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