Myth of Rome's Founding Is True -- Archaelogist An Italian archaelogist claims his new discovery confirms the legend of Romulus and Remus and the founding of modern Rome. Andrea Carandini, of Rome's La Sapienza University, says he's uncovered a palatial house on the slopes of the Palatine Hill named in the legend.

Myth of Rome's Founding Is True — Archaelogist

Myth of Rome's Founding Is True -- Archaelogist

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An Italian archaelogist claims his new discovery confirms the legend of Romulus and Remus and the founding of modern Rome. Andrea Carandini, of Rome's La Sapienza University, says he's uncovered a palatial house on the slopes of the Palatine Hill named in the legend.