Knights and British period aqueducts, high-level springs and major mean sea-level aquifers.
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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.
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Credit Keith Buhagiar (2014). Water Management Technology as a Contributing Factor in the Development of the Rural Landscape of the Maltese Archipelago. Making a case for the Late Medieval period. Unpublished PhD thesis
Caves - Malta only
Credit Darren Saliba (2008). Cave formations and processes in Malta
Megaliths, prehistoric and ancient sites
Credit: The Megalithic Portal and Megalith Map.
Malta In-depth information on megaliths, prehistoric and ancient sites of all sorts can be found at The Megalithic Portal and Megalith Map: www.megalithic.co.uk
Cart ruts complete
Credit Magro Conti et al. (2005). The significance of cart-ruts in ancient landscapes
Solution subsidence structures
Credit: Ivan Calleja, 2010. Solution subsidence structures in Malta: Their physical development and human use.
Other aqueducts and water supply networks
Wied Qirda Galleries
Ta' Qali galleries
Proposed Mellieha Aqueduct
Hal Dragu Shaft (15m deep and gallery South East to next shaft)
(Wied l-Arkata Spring)
Ta' Kandja Galleries
Marsa Aqueduct (Armier - in progress)
Mgarr ix-Xini Aqueduct
Mgarr - Ghajnsielem Galleries
Wied Dalam Galleries
Gallery (to verify)
(San Gwann Spring)
Galleries to verify
Pwales Aqueduct + British mains
San Anton Wignacourt line
Wied il-Ghasel Galleries
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