Monday, 22 October 2012

In Rome, dug the place where Julius Caesar was killed

On the Field of Mars Rome Spanish archaeologists have unearthed the exact place where Julius Caesar was murdered. During excavations at the site of the first stone theater of Pompeii scientists have found that the plate was cemented by no means associated with the interior architecture and a monument of its kind to one of the greatest men of antiquity. Experts say that this panel, three meters wide and two tall, placed at the murder scene during the reign of Caesar's heir Octavian emperor Augustus.

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