Elaborate Mosaics Unearthed in 'Lost' Roman City

Elaborate Mosaics Unearthed in 'Lost' Roman CityHidden for centuries, mosaic floors from the lost Roman city of Ucetia have been uncovered in France. A large excavation is underway in the town of Uzès in southern France to unearth more of the remains of this ancient Roman settlement, the existence of which archaeologists had only hints of until the dig. The nearby city of Nîmes is more famous for its Roman history, largely thanks to the A.D. 70 amphitheater, where events, including bullfights, still take place.

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