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Vessel dating back to 2nd century CE was discovered

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Vessel dating back to 2nd century CE was discovered
Vessel dating back to 2nd century CE was discovered | Photo: Malcolm Russell

An artifact has been discovered in the River Thames in England, which probably dates back to the 2nd-century CE. and is probably related to the ancient Romans. Currently, the object is being analyzed by archaeologists at the Museum of London.

The discovery was made by Malcolm Russell, who cultivated the so-called “mudlarker”, i.e. going down to the banks of the Thames at low tide and looking for interesting historical objects in the mud.

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