Ruins of the Claudian Aqueduct, near Rome, (painting)
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 48
"This Aqueduct was commenced by Caligula, A.D. 36, was continued and finished by the Emperor Claudius, A.D. 50. It was forty-six miles in length. For a course of about thirty-six miles it was subterranean, and for the remaining ten miles it was carried over arches. Of this magnificent work, a line of arches no less than six miles in length still bestride the Campagna, forming the grandest ruin beyond the walls of Rome."--Murray. [P. 8.]
Catalogue of Pictures and Statuary, in the Art Gallery at Woodward's Gardens, on Fourteenth Street, between Mission and Valencia Streets. San Francisco: Jos. Winterburn & Co., Printers and Electrotypers, No. 417 Clay Street, below Sansome. 1869.