As time was on my side I decided to pay a visit to the ancient burial grounds as i had read about the 'development' of this site by an Englishman George Bonsor and his Spanish compadres. There is much to ponder when walking around the grounds and even being tempted down inside one or two of the chambers. Having visited Rome's catacombs I was impressed by the engineering work and care that the Romans gave to the burial duties. The small museum is useful in understanding things. It is a pity that the amphitheatre across the street is fenced off and public are not allowed however it seems more expert archaeologists are needed to turn this particular site into a better attraction.
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