The ship’s discovery was reportedly described by native authorities as one of the vital vital archaeological finds to have been made lately.
Remnants of an historical Roman ship that was apparently transporting a cargo of wine have been found off the coast of Sicily, close to the island’s capital, Palermo.
According to The Guardian, the wreck is positioned at a depth of about 92 metres and is laden with wine amphorae.
The Sicilian authorities have reportedly described this as one of the vital vital archaeological finds to have been made lately.
As the newspaper notes, Sicilian archaeologists made an identical discovery a number of weeks in the past after they positioned one other historical Roman vessel about 70 metres beneath the ocean close to the island of Ustica, about 52km off Sicily. The ship was additionally carrying a consignment of amphorae that contained “wine dating back to the second century BC”.