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Sustainability of Ancient Water Supply Facilities in Jerusalem
This paper presents an overview on the sustainability of ancient water supply systems in Jerusalem from the Chalcolithic period (4500-3200 B.C.) until the present time. Archaeological evidences and landscape settings were applied utilizing all available and accessible literature relevant to ancient water resources management in Jerusalem. Irrigated agriculture was practiced for many centuries in this region, hence sustainable water supply facilities were erected, including well developeddoi:10.3390/su1041106 fatcat:f2hf73rjy5fpfbzb4n2ucuhw2m