Google is about to unveil a new layer for Google Earth that shows over 5700 3D buildings from the city of Rome, circa 320 AD. This is based at least in part from the model of the city we showed you last year from the University of Virginia. If nothing else, they’re both based off the the “Plastico di Roma Antica”, a highly detailed plaster version of Rome that was built in the 1970’s.
The layer is not yet available, but will be found under “Gallery –> Ancient Rome 3D” when it’s released. You can find much more info about this layer at the Google Earth Blog, the Official Google Blog, Google’s new Ancient Rome page, or the video below.