Roman artefacts found by divers off Tuscan coast

A team of divers of Italian fire service discovered a Roman anchor and an urn during a training session off the coast of Tuscany, Italy.

Anchor found underwater (by Vigili del Fuoco)

According to the officials the artefacts date back to the Roman era. The anchor is partially preserved and the urn seems to be damaged. The artefacts were found on the depth of around 13 metres in the waters near the coastal town of Livorno. The divers notified the local archaeology authorities, whose experts will carry out a full assessment of the finds.

(after The Local & Vigili del Fuoco)

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