When it seems like everything’s down and 2020 hasn’t got much to offer in the good news department, fortune is suddenly back on our side. The past twenty-four hours have brought our times an ancient treasure which is said to be one of the biggest archaeological discoveries of the year.
Italian archaeologists have discovered a breathtaking Roman mosaic floor in the Valpolicella region in the Verona province of Italy. Hidden just underneath a vineyard, “the mosaics dating back to the first century after Christ were found in excellent condition,” reported the local news source. The historian Myko Clelland helped to spread the breaking news on social media with his now-viral tweet just 14 hours ago. The post has now got a whopping 266K likes and 58K retweets—and counting!
So let’s take a look at this beautiful piece of history below which has scored humanity some solid karma points in a tiring battle against the bad news.
Historian Myko Clelland shared the news about the mind-blowing discovery and it went viral on Twitter
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And people got rightly confused by how such treasure could get buried underneath the soil
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This Twitter user has shared another impressive ancient finding
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Others were amazed by how people still find ancient treasures like this
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And these commentators wasted no time to crack a joke
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