Romulus and Remus video footage!

Some exciting archaeological news from Rome that seems to be featuring prominently on the Internet and in newspapers all around the world is the discovery of an underground grotto believed to have been revered by ancient Romans as the place where the she-wolf suckled Romulus and his twin brother Remus. Romulus, the city's legendary founder, and his brother, were allegedly sons of the god of war Mars who were abandoned in a basket floating on the Tiber. The vaulted cave is decorated with seashells and coloured marble and buried 52 feet inside the Palatine Hill, and has so far been visible only via endoscopes and laser scanners as archaeologists fear the cave may collapse. Yesterday, the Italian Ministry of Culture released video footage of the discovery.