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New Roman Shipwrecks Found Off This Greek Island

Posted by on January 5, 2018

Last December, off the coast of the Greek island of Naxos, a shipwreck was found at a depth of 100 meters. Naxos was once known for their high quality marble exports. Now, it’s a popular place for vacations. As pointed out by Newsweek, the archaeologists were shocked because it’s rare to find a shipwreck at that depth and in crystal clear waters. The search was for something different, so this particular find was a nice surprise. Four ships were found clustered together with many vessels inside. As mentioned in the article, the vessels would have contained anything profitable to explain a journey that they set on. Read more on this! Click source below.

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