On Wednesday, archeologists revealed the remains of an ancient arts center underneath Rome dating back to 123 AD, according to the Guardian. Archeologists discovered the arts center during excavations for a new subway line to run through the Italian capital. Emperor Hadrian is believed to have funded "the Athenaeum," as it was known at the time; it was a 900-seat complex created to promote arts and culture, CBS News reports.
A New Roman Discovery! (4 photo)
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