Underwater archaeology, Arles, France

Underwater archaeology, Arles, France

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Credit: PATRICK LANDMANN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Caption: Underwater archaeology. Archaeological team lifting an Ancient Roman grinding wheel base onto a barge. This artefact was found in the Rhone river a few metres from the bank at Arles, France, during an archaeological campaign in 2009. It is carved in stone or lava and is one of the most imposing pieces of its kind ever found.

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