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As I happened to be spending that winter in Rome, I went, of course, to see the new "scavo," and there were the big jars standing in the cellar, just as in the lifetime of the ancient owner.
I mean, heck, if she can convince a couple of the scavo kids to jump off the roof and break their necks, that wouldn't be the worst thing in the world.
Northampton was absent at a _scavo_ he has forty miles off.
Lateran, and a ride over the Campagna to the Claudian aqueduct and Torlonia's _scavo_.
Street of Tombs -- very interesting and curious -- and then cut across to the ruin of an old villa, where an apartment floored with marble has lately been discovered, evidently a bath, and a very large one; on to Torlonia's _scavo_ and under the arches of the Claudian aqueduct.
LLo scavo in corso nel criptoportico e negli ambienti limitrofi ha chiarito molto la planimetria di questa zona centrale del Palatino; la galleria in età Giulio-Claudia serviva da comunicazione tra le diverse zone del Palazzo, che si era molto ingrandito a partire da Augusto.