The first remains of an Ancient Roman villa in Negrar di Valpolicella in northern Italy were discovered in 1922, and were believed to date back to the 3rd century AD.
However, after the initial discovery, the site was left abandoned until last summer, when a team of archaeologists started excavations again.
Though the team had to stop digging earlier this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, when they resumed last week, they made an incredible discovery. 
After countless decades of failed attempts, part of the floor and foundations of the Roman villa located north of Verona, discovered by scholars a century ago, has finally been brought to light.The floor was found just "a few meters" under the ground, and the town has shared photos of what they had unearthed on Facebook.