Quirinal Hill

Ancient Rome May Have Been Bigger Than Previously Thought-1

Remains of 2,500-year-old residence suggests that ancient Rome was much bigger than previously thought

The recent discovery of a large, 2500-year-old residence, in the central part of Rome, points to the possibility that the ancient city was considerably bigger than previously thought. Found on the Quirinal Hill, somewhere between modern-day Via Veneto street and the Termini train station, the ancient rectangular house is remarkably well-intact, complete with clay-smeared walls,…


  Subscribe to HEXAPOLIS

To join over 1,250 of our dedicated subscribers, simply provide your email address: