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- Aquae Neapolitanae: The Aquae Neapolitanae or Aquae Calidae Neapolitanorum are springs and their adjoining population nucleus mentioned by Ptolemy as well as in the Antonine
- Aquae Flaviae: Aquae Flaviae (or Aquæ flaviæ) is the ancient Roman name for the current city of Chaves, Portugal, and its former bishopric, now a Latin Catholic titular
- Aquae Sulis: For the Roman Baths complex at Aquae Sulis, see Roman Baths (Bath). Aquae Sulis was a small town in the Roman province of Britannia. Today it is the English
- Aquae Iasae: Aquae Iasae was the Roman settlement and Roman bath in the area of present city Varaždinske Toplice, Croatia. Today it is the name of the archaeological
- Battle of Aquae Sextiae: The Battle of Aquae Sextiae (Aix-en-Provence) took place in 102 BC. After a string of Roman defeats (see Battle of Arausio), the Romans under Gaius Marius
- Aquae in Numidia: Aquae in Numidia is a former Roman city and bishopric and present Latin Catholic titular see in present Algeria. In Antiquity, the city (situated near