Capo Corso 2: A Roman Wreck Laden with Glass at 350 metres

Date:

Share post:

This Content Is Only For Subscribers

Please subscribe to unlock this content. Enter your email to get access.
Your email address is 100% safe from spam!

ADVERTISEMENT

spot_img

Related articles

Egyptian mummy found at French dump to go on display

The 2,000-year-old mummified body of a Egyptian child in a casket that was found at a rubbish dump...

Archaeologists in Denmark make smelly discovery

Archaeologists made a stunning, if not stinky discovery during their excavations of I Vilhelm Werners square in Odense...

New finds at Montu Temple in Egypt’s Luxor

Further excavation and documentation work has been fulfilled in the second season of the Egyptian-Chinese archaeological mission at...

‘Tug-of-war’ statues found near Bayon Temple

Two sandstone heads of 'tug-of-war' statues have been spotted and brought out from a canal near the Gate...

Rare sword and scabbard among finds at Orkney Viking burials

An intricate sword, buckle and arrows are among a treasure trove of goods discovered in a Viking burial...

Largest reception hall in the Roman Empire discovered in Spain’s Cuenca

The archaeological excavation campaign carried out at the site of the Roman villa of Noheda, in Villar de...

Modern humans out of Africa sooner than thought

Human teeth discovered in southern China provide evidence that our species left the African continent up to 70,000...

Underwater archaeological sites discovered near Tunis

A team from the Tunisian National Heritage Institute (INP) has discovered a series of underwater archaeological sites of...