Ted O’Neill is a trained British journalist, archaeological writer, archaeological filmmaker and private researcher. His research focuses on Roman water sources, including the Aqueducts of Rome (in particular the Aqua Traiana) and Leonardo da Vinci’s canal system in northern Italy. O’Neill’s M.A. thesis, “Searching for the springwater sources of the Aqua Traiana,” summarizing ten years of field and archive research, was supervised by David Mattingly at University of Leicester in 2018. O’Neill’s publications include “L’acquedotto di Traiano tra il Ninfeo di S. Fiora e il Lago di Bracciano” published by Lorenzo Quilici (in ATTA 24 [Rome 2014]), “A grotto-shrine at the headwaters of the Aqua Traiana” (with Taylor, Rinne, and O’Neill in JRA 2011) and “New Wine for Old Bottles: New Research on the Sources of the Aqua Traiana” (with Taylor et al. 2016).