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September 24, 2012 4:55 PM

University of Kentucky professors' surprise discovery: prehistoric settlement in Italy

Two University of Kentucky researchers made a surprising find this summer in northern Italy. The pair, working with a magnetometer and ground-penetrating radar, discovered evidence of a prehistoric settlement below remains of the ancient Roman city that they had expected to find.

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