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Rome unveils tomb that may belong to wolf-suckled king

People stand by the access (Rear C) to an ancient tomb thought to belong to Rome's founder Romulus on February 21, 2020 at the Curia - Comitium in the Roman Forum of Rome, within its presentation to the media. An ancient tomb thought to belong to Rome's founder Romulus is being presented to the world on February 21, 2020, bringing to a head months of investigation by history sleuths. The 6th century BC stone sarcophagus, with an accompanying circular altar, was discovered under the Forum in the

 

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