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'''''Aqua Claudia''''' ([[Latin language|Latin]], literally "the [[Claudius|Claudian]] water") was an [[aqueduct]] which like the ''[[Anio Novus]]'' was begun by [[Caligula]] in [[38]] A.D. and completed by Claudius in [[52]][[#Notes|¹]]. Its main springs, the Caeruleus and Curtius, were situated 300 paces to the left of the thirty-eighth milestone of the ''[[Via Sublacensis]]''. After being in use for ten years, the supply failed, and was interrupted for nine years, until [[Vespasian]] restored it in [[71]] and ten years later [[Titus]] once more.