Archaeologists in northern Italy unearthed a perfectly preserved mosaic floor, possibly dating back to the 3rd century AD’. The discovery, in the town of Negrar, comes almost 100 years after the remains of an ancient villa were found at the same site. According to the town officials, the floor with intricate patterns was found buried deep under a vineyard. It took countless attempts and many years to uncover a part of the floor and foundations of the Roman Villa, the officials shared. The aim of the project was to ascertain the exact location of the construction. Authorities will now work to ensure that the floor can be seen by the public but it may take some time, they said.