Ver. 8 - Our search for water (Malta)

Knights and British period aqueducts, high-level springs and major mean sea-level aquifers. PLEASE RESPECT 3RD PARTY PROPERTY IF VISITING ANY OF THE SITES. Visiting galleries & caving may be physically, mentally and emotionally challenging. Any person reading this material is responsible for getting the proper instruction in the techniques and equipment necessary for caving and assumes all responsibility for injuries incurred to yourself or those injuries you inflict on others. No claim is made about the suitability of this information for any purpose, either stated or implied. By reading this information, you accept full responsibility for it's use, and any consequences of that use. Creative Commons licence Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike CC BY-NC-SA Credit is due to resources available at the National Archives, the National Library, MEPA, SEWCU, University of Malta, Water Services Corporation, the Malta Resources Authority, the Works and Infrastructure Department and the Restoration Unit. Special mention is due to the numerous authors who have given water in our historical landscape direct attention, and unwittingly contributed to this spatial perspective. Brian Restall & Stefan Schaa -

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