Archaeologists have presented the completed excavation of a 900-seat auditorium under Rome's Piazza Venezia (Venice Square), which they are hailing as the city's most significant discovery since the Roman Forum was unearthed 80 years ago.
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Well thats what i call a find and people could see now and in the future.
that came as a result of the built of the new underground.
In Rome as soon as you dig you find some ancient staff: theaters, vases, coins, mosaic and so on..
Thats the reason some consturcitions of underground got interropted a few times..
anyway...thats surprising.. the square right now is the heart Rome but in ancient tmes it was the boder of the city.
there was also a lake there that got shrinks over the centuries.
Thats the point where the auditorium was found
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