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Roman lead sarcophagus accidentally found in Granada

June 23, 2019 - General

When archaeologists began exploring underneath a building in Granada, in the southern Spanish region of Andalusia, they weren’t expecting to find anything of importance. After all, they were just completing a standard prospection of the Villamena building, as required for any planned underground work in the city to rule out the existence of historic remains. The survey was going  ahead as planned. They found a few remains from the…

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Source: archeo

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