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Complex of Roman mills in Barbegal

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The complex of Roman mills in Barbegal
Stephen Ressler

The graphics depicts the amazing Roman mill complex in Barbegal, France. The building was able to produce enough flour to feed the city of Arles.

The advanced construction had 16 water wheels, which day-to-day had cereal grains, using only the action of water. Construction was founded in 2nd century CE.


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