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The capture of groundwater has been a constant concern in the history of humanity, well documented from prehistoric times to the Middle Ages, when the great Spanish Gothic cathedrals were built. Much of the Spanish geography is dotted with ancient hydraulic works built to capture groundwater, archaeological gems that allow us to know how our ancestors managed to find and take advantage of the water hidden under our feet, where others did not know it. watch In this work, some questions and answers are posed as to how the Palaeolithic inhabitants of the peninsula were supplied with water, what is the oldest well known in Spain, what the so-called La Mancha moths mean, or why the Romans are considered the first Great European hydraulic civilization. Also the role played by the groundwater in al-Andalus and the subsequent transition to Christian water in the early stages of the Middle Ages will be addressed to understand the importance of groundwater through history.