The first entrance to the Cuniculo, one of several drawings of the tunnel made by the Romans AD 52 to drain the Lacus Fucinus; an archway cut in the rock with a projecting arch of brick built on, leading to a hollow chamber, mounded up with earth, two peasants, one sitting, one standing, against the wall of the arch l Black chalk, touched with white, on grey-buff paper
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