3rd century buildings found in Rome

Published on July 21st, 2017 | by admin

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Traces of buildings dating back to the 3rd century A.D. have been found during Metro construction in Rome.

Two ancient Roman edifices have been discovered during excavations to extend Metro Line C in Rome. Archeologists were undertaking reinforcement works on monuments near the new public transport line when the ancient solarium was discovered, still in excellent condition, not far from metro station Amba Aradam in the capital, near the city’s Aurelian Walls.

The discovery came about as archeologists had descended to more than 10 metres below ground level to reinforce the Aurelian Walls, which lie near where the new public transport line is being extended. The discovery of the solarium follows that of an army barracks in Via Ipponio, also during the construction of Line C.

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Story: The Local IT | Photo: Filippo Monteforte/AFP

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