Contains: Information about the discovery of a luxurious Roman home near the Colosseum, including details about an “unparalleled” mosaic, the owner being victorious in battle, and the use of lead pipes for water games. It also mentions the depiction of scenes with shells, marble, and precious glass, as well as weapons, warships, and tridents. There is also a description of a landscape with a coastal city and cliffs. The article mentions the discovery of a white stucco and plans to make the site accessible to the public. It explains that the domus is an early example of displaying wealth and supports historical sources about Roman senatorial families in the area.

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