A flood reveals a Roman sarcophagus in Turkey

A flood reveals a Roman sarcophagus in Turkey


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A sarcophagus belonging to the Late Roman period It was found last week in the Muğla district of Turkey, following a flood in the area.

Experts from the Municipal Museum began to work in the area to more accurately date the sarcophagus, and be able to offer more details.

The Museum has also been charge of the protection of the sarcophagus and its contents.

Via Anadolu Agency

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