Beneath an Italian farm close to Verona, a Roman mosaic was discovered. Architects in the hills above the northeastern Italian neighborhood of Negrar di Valpolicella found the treasure. The finding was made at the same spot more than a century after the remains of an old villa were found nearby.
The ornate flooring may have been a part of the building that was previously found, according to archaeologists. “After endless decades of futile attempts,” it was discovered.
An excavation team from Verona’s Superintendent of Archaeology, Fine Arts, and Landscape resumed work on the site last summer after it had ceased in 1922.
The coronavirus epidemic caused the dig to be put on hold once more this year, but it has since restarted. Soon after, the fascinating discovery was made. Myko Clelland, an archaeologist who discovered the find online, tweeted about it, and it has now gone viral.
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