Baiae: A Roman settlement at the bottom of the sea

Baiae: A Roman settlement at the bottom of the sea


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The Romans had few ways of knowing when an eruption or earthquake was coming. They were all but helpless when it came to protecting their town against the encroaching sea. But that’s no longer true. Today, a team of archaeologists and engineers are developing some surprising new technologies to protect the underwater site for future generations…

Read Full Article, BBC Travel (07-13-2020)

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