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  • Ancient corridor reveals Roman social life traces

    on Nov 18, 13 • in Archaeology, Architecture, News, Roman period, Turkey • with Comments Off

    The ancient brick-vaulted corridors were discovered in a well-preserved state, revealing aspects of social life 2,000 years ago, according to archaeologists, who also encountered the footprints of a man and a goat.

    A 40-meter corridor, giving clues about Roman social life 2,000 years ago has been unearthed in the ancient city of Metropolis. Archaeologists believe these kinds of structures were used as service corridors by servants working in Roman baths. Footprints were also discovered in the area Archaeological excavations in the ancient city of Metropolis, situated in İzmir, revealed a 40-meter corridor, giving clues about life 2,000 years ago. According to a statement by Sabancı Foundation, which supports the project together with Torbalı Municipality and the Association of Metropolis Lovers (MESEDER), a 40-meter corridor was unearthed during

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