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Emperor Caligula’s gardens, long buried beneath Rome’s streets, unearthed

Emperor Caligula’s gardens, long buried beneath Rome’s streets, unearthed

Part of Emperor Caligula’s pleasure gardens, known as Horti Lamiani, which was hidden from public for around 2,000 years, has been unearthed in Rome from underneath a rubble of a condemned building. Italy plans to open the subterranean gallery, called Nymphaeum Museum of Piazza Vittorio, this spring. Caligula ruled Rome between 37 and 41 CE and was notorious for his cruelty and lavish lifestyle.

David
David
Tish Tosh
Tish Tosh 0 months

THIS IS INCREDIBLE! A true wonder from ancient times! I can't wait for more pictures to be released, I'm a sucker for ancient Rome.

Patty
Patty 0 months

HE was autistic

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