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Roman shipwreck full of 2000-year-old jugs found on Greek sea floor


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Roman shipwreck full of 2000-year-old jugs found on Greek sea floor

By Ruby Prosser Scully Fiskardo village in Greece, where the shipwreck was foundKefaloniaenetimage/Alamy Stock PhotoA 2000-year-old Roman shipwreck found with thousands of well-preserved containers may reveal clues about the people who lived during the beginning of the Roman Empire, along with their economy and trade. George Ferentinos at the University of Patras, Greece, and his…

Roman shipwreck full of 2000-year-old jugs found on Greek sea floor

By Ruby Prosser Scully

Fiskardo village

Fiskardo village in Greece, where the shipwreck was found

Kefaloniaenetimage/Alamy Stock Photo

A 2000-year-old Roman shipwreck found with thousands of well-preserved containers may reveal clues about the people who lived during the beginning of the Roman Empire, along with their economy and trade.

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George Ferentinos at the University of Patras, Greece, and his colleagues explored the sea floor around the coast of Kefallinia Island in the Ionian Sea using sonar imaging.

They discovered three wrecks from the second world war – two ships and one plane – that are almost intact, as well as a large ancient Roman vessel that …

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