Archaeologists think they've found the site where Caesar was stabbed10/12/2012
A group of archaeologists believe they've discovered the location where Julius Caesar was stabbed. During the Spanish National Research Council's three-year project, researchers found a concrete structure erected in the Curia of Pompey (essentially a meeting room for politicians) by Caesar's adopted son, Augustus, and believe that marks the spot where Caesar was knifed by a group of senators led by the infamous Brutus (and you thought American politics were bad!). The site's location in a busy section of Rome delighted the research crew. "Thousands of people take the bus and the tram right next to the place where Caesar was stabbed 2,056 years ago," Antonio Monterroso says. Et tu, tourists? [Source]
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