UK new outlet Metro reports on an exciting archaeological find uncovered near Verona, Italy. The article begins:
“The intricate tiling was found by archaeologists this week after work on the site in a hilly area above the town of Negar di Valpolicella, near Verona, started work again. Back in 1922, the remains of a villa, believed to date to the 3rd century AD, were found on the sit but it had been abandoned until last summer. A team from Superintendent of Archaeology, Fine Arts and Landscape of Verona started digging then, followed by more digs in October and February but work was suspended because of the outbreak of the pandemic, as Italy went into a strict lockdown.”
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