The villa where Emperor Augustus died excavated

Researchers from the University of Tokyo have discovered a nearly 2,000-year-old building among ancient Roman ruins buried in volcanic ash in southern Italy. Scholars believe it may have been a villa owned by the first Roman emperor Augustus (63 BC – AD 14). The team led by Mariko Muramatsu, a professor of Italian studies, began […]

20 avril 2024
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