Water-raising System by Camillo Agrippa
In 1588, Agrippaâ€™s water-lifting discovery captivated the attention and compliments of Andrea Bacci but that turned out to be one of the final mentions of the device. Merely years later, in 1592, the earliest contemporary Roman waterway, the Acqua Felice, was linked to the Mediciâ€™s villa, perhaps making the unit outmoded. The simpler account is that it was ignored about when Ferdinando left for Florence in 1588, following the death of his brother Francesco di Medici, to change his rank as cardinal for one as the Grand Duke of Tuscany. #P# Although there were various other relevant water-driven designs either designed customers faucet
or built during the latter part of the sixteenth century, including scenographic water demonstrations, giochi dâ€™acqua or water caprices, and musical water fountains, not one were fed by water like Agrippaâ€™s device.