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A well-preserved wooden ship found off the coast of Balaklava in the Crimea

The first well-preserved wooden ship, supposedly Roman, has been discovered by members of the submarine expedition 'Neptun' off the coast of the Balaklava River in the Crimea, Roman Dunaev, the head of the expedition, informed.
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«An ancient wooden sailing vessel has been found, it has a well-preserved anchor. We can use the anchor to make a dating estimation: we might be dealing with an ancient Roman sailing vessel if the boldest assumptions are to be believed. [In which case] this is a unique finding, because the ships of the Roman era in such a state of preservation have not yet been found in the Crimea,» he said.

The ship was found at a depth of 90 meters in the area of Balaklava, he explained. «We have the shape of the hull, which is because the Black Sea is a good preservative at great depths,» Dunaev added.

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