Rome unveils tomb to world thought to belong to Rome’s founder Romulus

An ancient tomb thought to belong to Rome's founder Romulus was presented to the world on Friday, after months of investigation by history sleuths.

The 6th century B.C .stone sarcophagus, with an accompanying circular altar, was discovered under the Forum in the heart of Italy's capital over a century ago — but experts could not agree on whether or not it belonged to the fabled figure.