Metal pushes boundary of Roman Empire

Metal pushes boundary of Roman Empire

World June 22, 2016 13:12

exeter - Enthusiastic amateur researchers armed with metal detectors ensured that historians should push the boundary of the Roman Empire in Britain. Until now it was assumed that the Romans never had gone beyond where today the city Exeter in the southwestern county of Devon today. The amateurs found away many Roman items.

The detectors led perform at Ipplepen, more than 30 kilometers southwest of Exeter, including for coins, a Roman road, pottery and the remains of ships from France and the Mediterranean to England. Those vessels were transporting wine, olive oil and so-called garum, Roman fish sauce, reports The Guardian.

To all appearances found out did not stop at Ipplepen, but he led almost certainly continue. Possibly beyond the current location Totnes, which is already more than 40 kilometers of Exeter. The Romans built the road in about the year 50.
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