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13 Apr 2019

Plus ancien document romain manuscrit trouvé à Londres (Anglais)

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Archeologists announced the findings of a dig in London as the first ever written roman record in a recent discovery. The record is handwritten and is Britain’s oldest written roman document discovered. The nature of the contents of the documents was revealed after The Museum of London Archaeology undertook the project of deciphering the document; the record is dated January 8, AD 57. The discovery was made in a dig at Bloomberg’s new headquarters.

Read more at http://www.archaeology-world.com/oldest-hand-written-roman-document-discovered-in-london/ 

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