Archaeologists digging in the Bulgarian city of Stara Zagora have discovered an exquisite Roman floor mosaic, after excavating in the pit of a newly constructed block of flats just outside what used to be the northern gate of the ancient Roman settlement of Augusta Trayana in Stara Zagora.
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