Ancient statues emerge from the shadows in blockbuster Rome show

After decades locked away in a Rome basement, some of the finest sculptures from antiquity have been pulled from the gloom and returned to public view. Busts of Roman emperors, intricate sarcophagi and an ancient Greek relief carved 2,500 years ago are just some of the 92 pieces put on display in Villa Caffarelli, part of the ancient city's Capitoline Museums.