All the latest information about discoveries from the world of ancient Romans. I encourage you to let me know about any Roman news and to indicate any corrections or inaccuracies. I try to search for material everywhere, but it is natural that not everything will be noticed by me.
In northern France, at the site of Vaugourdon, the remains of a Roman-Gallic wine press were discovered, dating back to the 2nd century CE. According to scientists, it is the earliest archaeological evidence of winemaking in this part of France.
In northwestern Germany, in Kalkriese, an amazing find was discovered – a fragmented Roman armor (lorica segmentata), which belonged to a legionary from one of the three legions that were defeated by the barbarians in 9 CE in Teutoburg Forest.
In eastern Serbia, in Viminacium, an early Christian tomb was discovered that dates back to the beginning of the 3rd century CE. Human remains were buried in an ordinary grave. Originally, it was believed that the deceased belonged to a low social class.
In the eastern part of England, in Lincolnshire, human remains, ceramics and foundations of buildings were found that date back to Roman times. Scientists estimated that the finds date back to the 2nd-3rd century CE.
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