Roman amphoras discovered in Spanish shop

Roman Amphorae
Roman Amphorae Image: Spanish Guardia Civil

The spanish Guardia civil have uncovered a collection of ancient artifacts in a seafood store in Alicante, Spain. The find included a total of 13 Roman amphorae, some dating back to the first century, and an anchor from the 18th century. The objects are suspected to have been recovered from shipwrecks in the Mediterranean.

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