Ancient bronze discovery rewrites Italy's history

More than two dozen bronze statues dating back to ancient Roman times have been unearthed in thermal baths in Tuscany.The discovery, in the San Casciano dei Bagni archaeological dig near Siena, is one of the most significant ever in the Mediterranean and certainly the most important since the 1972 underwater discovery of the famed Riace bronze warriors, said Massimo Osanna, Italy's director of museums.