A discovery that is fascinating to say the least: three amphoras from the Roman era were found at the bottom of the sea. The details of the story.
Ancient Amphorae (Image from Pixabay)
Some important testimonies of the past have recently been found. The past few weeks have seen a large number of discoveries that have clarified the habits and customs of our ancestors. But let’s get to the heart of the matter.
These are three amphoras found at the bottom of the Sea of Circe. The exciting discovery confirmed how the Roman people preserved and produced wine. Many questions are still unanswered today.
Amazing discovery: three amphoras were found in San Felice Circeo belonging to the Roman people
As we have just mentioned, three amphorae belonging to Roman times have been unearthed from the bottom of San Felice Circeo and with them the secrets of the harvest have also emerged.
Ancient Amphoras (Photo from Pixabay)
As we have just mentioned, a surprising archaeological discovery has been recorded in recent weeks. Dig up three ancient amphorae that belonged to Roman times. Thanks to this discovery, some details related to the harvest have also been revealed.
The study is the result of a long and very valuable research that was carried out by some members of the University of Avignon who analyzed in detail the three amphoras in question. Numerous analyzes have been carried out on these which have revealed the presence of particular chemical markers.
The finds were identified in the San Felice Circeo area at a depth of over seven meters. After a first evaluation, it was possible to affirm that they belong to the middle of the 2nd century BC and were produced above all in the southern region of Campania and Etruria.
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The fruit of this discovery clearly showed how the Romans produced and stored wine and the discovery led to the conclusion that they used both white and red wild vines. In addition, the analyzes made it possible to identify a type of resin capable of preserving the product.