17 Aug 2018

More warship rams from the Battle of the Aegates found near Sicily

Three more bronze rostra - one of which has already been retrieved - from the Battle of the Aegates (Italian Battaglia delle Isole Egadi) have been found at a depth of 85 metres, off the coast of the island of Levanzo, the smallest of the three main Aegadian Islands in the Mediterranean Sea west of Sicily, Italy.
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