A new exhibition at the Palazzo del Quirinale demonstrates how the ancient temple of the Roman god Quirinus may be buried under the current seat of the president of the republic. Working with a georadar device that uses electromagnetic waves to locate objects beneath the earth, archaeologists scanned the Quirinale hill and discovered the ruins of a large rectangular monument under the Giardino all
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