Italy discovered a huge treasure hidden underground for 2,000 years



A huge treasure, dating back about 2,000 years, was suddenly revealed after a group of workers repaired a row of luxury apartments at the foot of Aventine hill, Rome.

A huge treasure, dating back about 2,000 years, was suddenly revealed after a group of workers repaired a row of luxury apartments at the foot of Aventine hill, Rome.

Italy discovered a huge treasure hidden underground for 2,000 years

Huge treasure, dating back about 2,000 years, lying underground

A beautiful ancient Roman mansion with black and white mosaics preserved in unbelievably intact state, unearthed under a row of luxury apartments located at the foothills of Aventine, Rome, Italy.

 Tucked away for two millennia, the underground mansion is a huge treasure trove of Roman artifacts ranging from mussels on the walls and floors, bust, and furniture from marble, to the floor covered with lavish mosaic ...

 Around the villa, there are remnants of the walls, estimated to be built in the 8th century BC.  In its heyday, this place was located in a densely populated area of ​​Rome.

 According to archaeologists, the floor of the villa sank many times since the 2nd century AD.  The newest house foundation also loses about 1 m from the general structure of the building.  Maybe this is the reason it was abandoned.

Italy discovered a huge treasure hidden underground for 2,000 years

Many Roman artifacts were found 

 "You can see the richness of the mansion decorations and carvings. They belonged to a very powerful man at the time, possibly related to the royal family.

 Rome has always amazed us.  This is a gem of archeology, "said Daniela Porro, an official in the high cultural heritage industry in Rome.

 Currently a company has spent about 3 million euros with the city government to restore this archaeological site.  It is expected that this place will become a private museum, open to welcome guests in the coming time, with a ticket price of 10 Euro / person.

Italy discovered a huge treasure hidden underground for 2,000 years

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