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Kasserine Dam

The Kasserine Dam was a Roman dam at Kasserine (ancient Cillium), Tunisia. The curved structure which dates
to the 2nd century AD is variously classified as archgravity dam[1] or gravity dam.[2]


See also
• List of Roman dams and reservoirs
• Roman architecture
• Roman engineering



[1] James & Chanson 2002
[2] Smith 1971, pp. 35f.; Schnitter 1978, p. 30


• James, Patrick; Chanson, Hubert (2002),
“Historical Development of Arch Dams. From
Roman Arch Dams to Modern Concrete Designs”,
Australian Civil Engineering Transactions, CE43:
• Schnitter, Niklaus (1978), “Römische Talsperren”,
Antike Welt, 8 (2): 25–32
• Smith, Norman (1971), A History of Dams, London:
Peter Davies, ISBN 0-432-15090-0


35°09′57″N 8°48′02″E / 35.1658°N


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