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Published: Građevinar 66 (2014) 3
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Roman sewer of Diocletian's palace in Split

Snježana Perojević, Jure Margeta, Katja Marasović

Abstract

Diocletian's palace, built at the beginning of the 4th. century, is the best preserved Late Roman palace in the world. The Palace, as all urbanized spaces, had its water supply and sewerage and, as an imperial building, the best one. All the former knowledge and findings of the sewage system, inside and outside of the Palace and new conclusions on project and realisation of this important, detaily planned and built roman infrastructural facilty are gathered in this article.

Keywords
Split, Roman, Sewage, Aqueduct, Diocletian's Palace

HOW TO CITE THIS ARTICLE:

Perojević, S. ., Margeta, J., Marasović, K.: Roman sewer of Diocletian's palace in Split, GRAĐEVINAR, 66 (2014) 3, pp. 237-249, doi: https://doi.org/10.14256/JCE.966.2013

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Perojević, S. ., Margeta, J., Marasović, K. (2014). Roman sewer of Diocletian's palace in Split, GRAĐEVINAR, 66 (3), 237-249, doi: https://doi.org/10.14256/JCE.966.2013

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Authors:
perojević WEB
Snježana Perojević
University of Zagreb
Faculty of Architecture
Mediterranean Centre for Architectural Heritage
margeta WEB
Jure Margeta
University of Split,
Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodesy
marasović WEB
Katja Marasović
University of Split
Faculty of Civil Engineering, Arch. and Geodesy
University of Zagreb
Faculty of Architecture
Mediterranean Centre for Architectural Heritage