Rome unearths remains of Caligula's lavish palace and gardens

Nov 20, 2020 205

Rome archaeologists have discovered remains of the lavish home and gardens of Emperor Caligula under an office building in the Esquilino area of the city, reports The Times.

The discovery of artefacts and traces of the luxuriously-decorated palace and ornate gardens follows a three-year dig under a 19th-century office block belonging to doctors’ pension institute Enpam in Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II.

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