Rome: In Italy, a 2,000-year-old tomb from the ancient Roman era has been discovered.
According to international news agencies, a tomb dating back 2,000 years has been discovered in Italy, believed to have connections to the ancient Roman period.
Experts say that the ancient tomb was found during excavation work on land that had been cultivated during the construction of water supply lines in Naples. Initial estimates suggest that it is approximately 2,000 years old.
Researchers explained that the entrance to the tomb was sealed with a slab, and upon entering, it was found to be decorated with beautiful frescoes, featuring images of animals and humans. Experts refer to this tomb as a “sarcophagus.”
Officials indicate that further excavation work will continue to explore other sections of the tomb.