Archaeologists, geophysicists and computer scientists have uncovered a well-preserved Gladiator School outside of Vienna using radar and computer modeling, no shovels. The impressively preserved structure is located in what would have been Roman Carnuntum and is comparable in quality to those found in Rome and Pompeii, the ash preserved city that fell during the earthquake of the same name. The site has a circular training arena, stands for spectators, living quarters and a heated arena for winter time.