His health had given way and he was taking the waters at aquae Solis.
It is much frequented on account of its hot saline springs, which were known to the Romans under the name aquae Borvonis.
Farinam in mortarium indito, aquae paulatim addito, subigitoque pulchre.
Solet autem ex eo vulnere, ubi parum occursum est, aquae timor nasci, ὑδροφοβίαν Graeci appellant.
Chaves is the ancient aquae Flaviae, famous for its hot saline springs, which are still in use.
His death afforded the Romans7 more joy than his victory at aquae Sextiae.
"water," late 14c.; see aqua-. Used in late Middle English in combinations to mean "decoction, solution" (cf. aqua regia, a mix of concentrated acids, literally "royal water," so called for its power to dissolve gold and other "noble" metals). As the name of a light greenish-blue color, 1936.