Historic Findings – Tomb of Augustus, England, Vienna

16 Pompeii Mural

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Pompeii Mural


Scientists scanning the ground at Carnuntum, an ancient Roman city east of Vienna, Austria, have discovered a wooden amphitheater, bakeries, taverns and other shops necessary for supplying the games that gladiators fought in.


Several Roman buildings were discovered under the park in the city of Chichester, England. One even has its own private bath.


The tomb of Augustus, the first Roman Emperor, is finally being renovated and will eventually be reopened to the public.

Tomb of Augustus






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