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Rome was bigger than previously thought

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Colosseum wall
Colosseum wall

In 2015, British scientists discovered new fragments of the border wall, which proves that the capital of the Empire was larger than previously thought. The wall was discovered in Ostia. Scientists believed that the Tiber was the northern border of Ostia, but this discovery proved that the wall continued beyond the river.

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