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Praetorian guard barracks unearthed in Rome

Roman military barracks from the 2nd-century have been unearthed in Rome during metro line construction. While construction workers poured concrete at the planned Amba Aradam metro stop, an archaeologist just a few meters away brushed dirt from a small bronze bracelet. The barracks, discovered nine meters (about 30 feet) below street level,

Army barracks located at 19th century Oregon fort

Metal detectors and ground-penetrating radar have been employed to pinpoint the location of army barracks at Fort Klamath in Oregon. "It's a pretty exciting moment," said Todd Kepple, Klamath County Museums manager. "No trace of this building was visible for the 44 years the county has owned this property. We had

Rome to open up underground wonders to tourists

Thirty previously unseen-by-the-public sites will soon be opened up for tourists in Rome. They include the Ludus Magnus, the barracks beneath the Colosseum where gladiators assembled before entering the great arena to meet their fate; the well-preserved necropolis of Santa Rosa at the Vatican, with tombs from the 1st to the

Ancient footprints tell tale of war

Newly discovered footprints of men, women and children, on an ancient military route in China, tell the tale of a battle scene that occurred 2,000 years ago. "We also found an arrowhead close to the footprints," he said. "Judging from its location, we assumed whoever left the footprints had been its

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