posted on Apr, 19 2016 @ 08:47 AM
originally posted by: Meldionne1
How does that much dirt cover a building or foundation of a villa ? I'm always dumbfounded when they find a place like this...I can't help but think "
who covered it with dirt or how did the dirt get there ?"
That question becomes even more intriguing if we consider the Romans occupied that country side, conquered and subdued it and then built themselves
homes, using the locals as slaves to build the mosaic floor and farm the oysters, haul the water, prepare the food…
If they were eventually defeated and or driven out, their memory may have been expunged the way the Nazis were after WWII. All the icons were torn
down, piled up and burned in the town square. The locals may have taken down and buried the villa on purpose. That coins remain in the rubble mean
they may left in a damn hurry, anyway.
edit on 19-4-2016 by intrptr because: spelling