Mystery of Rome's Volcano Temple: Dark Secrets of the Pantheon
The Pantheon is ancient Rome’s best-preserved monument. From its record-breaking concrete dome roof, with a 30 foot wide hole in the centre, to its curved marble floor and 25 feet thick walls, the Pantheon is a marvel of ancient engineering.
Now, new evidence beneath the streets of Rome reveals clues to the Pantheon’s original purpose. Can pioneering 3D scanning reveal who built this ancient wonder? And can investigations in tunnels beneath Rome, reveal how the ancient engineers built the impossible dome, with a gaping hole in the centre?