machines

Title Age Country General description Machine code Modern name Namesort descending number other names Period Title Type Use Location
Rio tinto (Minas de Rio Tinto) Roman Spain Bucket from a bucket-chain (probably incorrect)? a globular, round-bottomed bronze bowl found in the Rio Tinto mines as a container from a chain of buckets of the type described by Vitruvius RioT-Bc Rio tinto (Minas de Rio Tinto) 160 I AD Rio tinto (Minas de Rio Tinto) bucket-chain draining water
Cosa 2 Roman Italy two stages of a bucket-chain driven by a human-powered saqiya gear Cosa 2 Cosa 2 226 first quarter of I BC and second half of I AD Cosa 2 bucket-chain
Cosa 1 Roman Italy Acropolis baths elevated cistern, shaft, and water channel strongly suggests the presence of a bucket-chain installation? Cosa 1 Cosa 1 (Italy) 225 Ca 150-125 BC Cosa 1 bucket-chain to lift water for the baths
Cyrene (Libya) Graeco-Roman Lybia Ritual bath was connected to female worship of Artemis, there is a shaft which opens on a rock-cut water-tunnel fed by springs. bucket-chain installation (probably it turned by treading a vertical wheel? the rock-cut chambers seems to be Hellenistic, replacement during the empire by means of maintenance Cyrene Cyrene (Libya) 227 IV BC-Roman Cyrene (Libya) bucket-chain the cistern was served by a bucket-chain in the shaft

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