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Nero's rotating dining room discovered

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Archaeologists in Rome have unearthed what they think are the remains of a circular rotating dining room that belonged to the Emperor Nero.

They say it was probably his banqueting hall that imitated the earth's movement so he could impress his guests.

Duncan Kennedy reports from Rome.

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