Student Professor Course Date A Toilet Fixing Quest Unearths Centuries of Italian History Luciano Faggiano purchased the building at the 56 Via Ascanio Grandi with an aim to open a trattoria. On its purchase he realized that the toilet had a problem as the sewage kept backing up and needed fixing. Predicting that the job would take a one week period he decided to ask the assistance of his two sons to aid in even dating to the time of Homer as stated by Mario De Marco (Yardley n.p). These discoveries and the emergence of archeological relics around Italy have presented an urban planning headache with Severo Martini a City Council member stating that centuries of history seem to be always uncovered whenever one digs a hole. Works Cited Yardley Jim. "Centuries Of Italian History Are Unearthed In Quest To Fix Toilet." Nytimes.com. N.p. 2017. Web. 30 Oct. 2017. [...]
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