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Researchers Reveal the Contents of a Roman Sarcophagus Sealed for 2,000 Years, in the Tomb of Cerberus in Naples

Investigations continue inside the Tomb of Cerberus discovered in October 2023 in Giugliano, alongside the resumption of excavations in the surrounding necropolis and restoration activities of the frescoes, funded by the Ministry of Culture. Thanks to a specific intervention, following an inspection with a microcamera, it was possible to open a small opening inside the […]

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Remains of a Roman Villa, Used to Build the Caves of the Simulated Ruins in Naples, Uncovered

During the recent cleaning of the Caves of the Simulated Ruins in Villa Floridiana, in the Vomero neighborhood of Naples, significant archaeological discoveries were made. The caves, dating back to the 19th century, were the subject of the NesIS (Neapolis Information System) research project, aimed at creating an archaeological map of the districts in the […]