Ancient catacomb discovered in Italy
CWN - August 28, 2012
Safety measures taken in the wake of the 2009 L'Aquila earthquake have led to the discovery of a fourth-century catacomb in the village of San Lorenzo di Beffi.
The catacomb’s main tunnel is 100 feet long and approximately five feet wide.
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