5-acre bath complex discovered in Rome

Archaeologists working in Rome have discovered a lavish, two-story Roman bath complex complete with "decorated hot rooms, vaults, changing rooms, marble latrines and an underground room where slaves lit the fire to warm the baths."

The bath, which dates to the second century C.E., is part of a huge complex owned by an extremely wealthy Roman named Quintus Servilius Pudens, a friend of Emperor Hadrian.