Roman mosaic floor dating back to '3rd century AD' unearthed in Italian vineyard

Gallery: Mysterious wonders discovered by archaeologists (Espresso)  A team from the Superintendent of Archaeology, Fine Arts and Landscape of Verona returned to the site last October, but their search was called off four months later because of the pandemic. “After countless decades of failed attempts, part of the floor and foundations of the Roman villa located north of Verona, discovered by scholars a century ago, has finally been brought to light,” authorities from Negrar di Valpolicella wrote on the town’s Facebook page. “The superintendent will now liaise with the owners of the area and municipality to identify the most appropriate ways of making this archaeological treasure, which has always been hidden beneath our feet, available and accessible.” Roberto Grison, the mayor of Negrar di Valpolicella, told the local newspaper L’Arena: “We believe a cultural site of this value deserves attention and should be enhanced.