30 Jun 2018

Roman shipwreck off coast of Sicilian town Aci Trezza

Sicilian shipwreck Aci Trezza

A Roman shipwreck of the second century BC laden with countless amphorae has been discovered in the sea off the coast of the Sicilian town of Aci Trezza. Read more at https://archaeologynewsnetwork.blogspot.com/2018/06/roman-shipwreck-discovered-off-coast-of.html#oHrB9fpugj9LOZI6.97

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