Roman shipwrecks found in Greece

Roman shipwrecks found in Greece

Two remains of Roman-era shipwrecks in deep waters off the west coast of Greece, changing the theory that the ancient sailors remained close to coastal routes For security.

The Greek culture minister says that two 2nd century ships were found earlier this month in deep water half a mile off the islands of Corfu and Paxoi.

Remains of the Roman shipwreck off the Greek shores

A statement from the ministry says the remains are in an area where they will be located. a Greek-Italian pipe of grasreports the Associated Press.

A Greek oceanographic vessel using a side scan radar and underwater robots took pictures of the scattered pottery, ballast stones and what could be remnants of wooden ships, AP reports.

The team also uploaded samples of ceramic and marble objects.

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