Villa of Nero

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The Villa of Nero is an ancient Roman villa built for the Roman emperor Nero in the 1st century AD, and situated south-east of the ancient site of Olympia, Greece. Archaeological excavations reveal the presence of a lead water pipe bearing the inscription "ner. aug.", an abbreviation of the name Nero Augustus.[1]


  1. ^ Archived February 27, 2010, at the Wayback Machine., URL accessed on June 2, 2008.

Coordinates: 37°38′17″N 21°37′56″E / 37.6380°N 21.6323°E / 37.6380; 21.6323