When was Running Water Invented?

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Running water has been used in one way or another for over 4500 years when the ancient Greeks, Persians, Hindus, Chinese, and Romans developed indoor plumbing.
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Running water didn't become common in homes until the twentieth century. Tap water first became available to develpoed countries in the late nineteenth century.
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