It is a truly exceptional discovery that has left even researchers speechless.
An archaeologist (Pixabay)
As we know, researchers keep wanting answers and answering some really important questions. On the other hand, it is an absolutely fundamental task that can help each of us to understand precisely what is on our planet Earth.
In this period, among other things, it seems that discoveries are not rare, even numerous in various parts of the world, and information has been revealed that certainly does not go unnoticed.
After so many Carthusian studies, in fact, even anyone who isn’t really into archeology or anything like that can at least be informed about the incredible earthly finds.
And, to tell the truth, even the seabed, over the years, has nonetheless had surprises in store for us, perhaps even definable with the adjective extraordinary.
In fact, before going into the background of the new discovery, we can recall that not long ago on the island of Pampagnola a wreck was discovered, the existence of which was not previously known.
Right in the beautiful lagoon of Grado, this time Udine’s cultural heritage officials accidentally spotted a boat dating back to Roman times.
Moving, instead, to another region of southern Italy, to be precise, to Taranto, another interesting discovery struck by its unprecedented character.
The remains in the Mediterranean
In fact, if we want to go into detail, off the town of Leporano, a diver came across a place where there were certainly ancient remains.
Diving in the Salento Discovery Zone (Facebook)
In fact, the Mediterranean Sea, over the centuries, has been trafficked by several ships for commercial purposes, including Byzantine and Roman ones.
It would therefore seem that in this beautiful town of Salento something has been sighted that should have belonged to a boat thousands of years old.
The finds in question, which look like materials for building houses, are hidden and submerged among rocks and sand. This suggests that the boat sank for some reason with all the cargo.
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On the other hand, it seems that these remains, for the moment, are easier to locate due to the drought that has dried up the riverbeds.