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Researchers have found a concrete structure that the adoptive son of the most famous Roman emperor and general, killed in 44 BC, placed inside the Curia of Pompey to commemorate the death of Julius Caesar.
Archaeologists on Tuesday unveiled an underground grotto believed to have been revered by ancient Romans as the place where a wolf nursed the city's legendary founder Romulus and his twin brother Remus.
Work on Rome's Palatine Hill has turned up a trove of discoveries, including what might be the underground grotto where ancient Romans believed a wolf nursed the city's legendary founders Romulus and Remus.
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