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Remains of Roman villa in Aventine will be opened to tourists

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The remains of a Roman villa were discovered on the Aventine Hill in Rome in 2014. Now, after years of archaeological work, the place is to be open to visitors from November.

The house had beautiful mosaic flooring, some of which have survived. During the excavations carried out, among others, hammer, wrench, hair clip, fragments of decorated dishes. According to specialists, some of the items date back to the 8th century BCE.

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