National Geographic : 1940 Mar
ITALY, FROM ROMAN RUINS TO RADIO Photograph by LUCE from ENIT THE NEW BERTA STADIUM IN FLORENCE IS A STUDY IN CONCRETE CURVES This modern structure was named for Giovanni Berta, a Fascist hero who died in 1921. Photograph by John Patric EXCAVATORS CONSTANTLY NIBBLE AWAY...POMPEII'S FERTILE FIELDS For centuries men farmed this land without knowing that their crops grew over the remains of a Roman city. Here a group harvests wheat from the rim of new diggings. A section of ancient wall has been revealed in the pit (page 365).