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Marine archeologists carrying out a sonar survey of the seabed around the remote Italian island of Ventotene made an astonishing discovery. The wrecks of five ancient Roman ships were found in pristine condition, fully laden with exotic goods. This film follows the team as they explore the sites in detail, salvage artifacts and piece together the history of the ships and why they were lost at Ventotene two thousand years ago.
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Lost Ships of Rome

By Dutchie53

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Comments about PBS Secrets of the Dead: Lost Ships of Rome DVD:

I really enjoyed this video. Its odd how things stay so well preserved in the ocean. I hope they do a second video so we can see how these items looked cleaned up, after they were pulled up from the bottom of the ocean. Looking at how small this island is, and they have cars there, amazing!

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Even the teenagers liked it!

By Magistra

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Comments about PBS Secrets of the Dead: Lost Ships of Rome DVD:

My high school students told other students they had watched a "great film" in Latin class. That's a good review! I felt great about using class time to show a real-world application of Classics studies.

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