Rome: An intact Roman Chariot found
This is an exceptional archaeological find that occurred during the works of the coplanar in the neighborhood of La Rustica , in Rome
The work in fact have brought to light a Roman chariot in perfect condition, that is in addition to funeral burials with a lot of monuments, furnishings and skeletons, one of which probably belonging to a noble because there was found beside a scepter .
The chariot was a war chariot, used in the classical era in ancient Greece, in Ancient Egypt and also in ancient Rome. These chariots were generally two-seater and were connected to two or more horses while the chariot drawn by four horses was called quadriga.
The Municipality of Rome 7 through the vice-president Mauro Ferrari and the Prime Minister Cesare Marinucci, who lived in La Rustica, immediately started working with Professor Musco to ask for organizing guided visits for schoolchildren in the municipal area. in order to be able to admire and appreciate its high historical value. An archaeological treasure that, after more than 2000 years, once again certifies the grandeur of imperial Rome.
Ferrari and Marinucci also asked the prof. Musco to evaluate the possibility of setting up an exhibition that also includes the numerous findings found during the construction of the Tav line
From the Amici del Parco association and other local associations, a collection of 10,000 signatures on a petition calling for the establishment of a museum in Rome east. An idea that should be resumed in order to enhance the immense historical and archaeological heritage present in the territory.