Marine archaeology

Marine archaeology

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Caption: Marine archaeology. Ancient amphoras lying on the seabed with fish swimming over them. Crustaceans and sea urchins are also seen. Amphoras are a type of jug widely used in the ancient world to hold wine and oils. These ones are from a 1st century BC wreck, at a depth of about 105 metres, in the Mediterranean Sea.

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Keywords: 1st century bc, amphora, amphorae, amphoras, ancient, antiquity, archaeological, archaeology, archeology, classical, greek, historical, history, jug, jugs, many, marine, mediterranean, mediterranean sea, multiple, old, relic, relics, roman, sea, seabed, shipwreck, underwater

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