In a Rome, a skeleton aging roughly about 4,500 years old is discovered of the shores on a beach in the southern part of the city.
According to the archeologists, the well-preserved skeleton, named "Nello," was killed by an arrow that struck him in the chest and is assumed to be a warrior.
It was discovered in an area of archeological interest last May but was shown to the public just recently.
Raffaele Mancino, an official in the Italy's cultural heritage division of the police department was quoted saying;
"We thought it was that of a Roman solider, but then the experts identified it as dating back to the third millennium B.C.,"
Alongside the discovery of Nello were six small ancient vases that are equally important finds.