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Roman coins discovered buried underneath the ruins of Japanese castle

Archaeologists have been surprised by the strange finding of ancient Roman coins, buried in the ruins of a castle located in Japan.  The four copper coins were unearthed from the soil beneath Katsuren Castle on Okinawa Island.

They were originally believed to have been a hoax before their true origin was unveiled. Experts have no idea as to how the Roman coins arrived at Uruma, but some believe they might have been traded, with no evidence of a route existing so far. Continue reading Roman coins discovered buried underneath the ruins of Japanese castle

15 Sunken Submerged Bronze Age Cities in Pictures – Updated!

Lu  • October 1, 2014   •  907 views

WHY are there sunken Bronze Age megaliths, towns, ruins, roads, pillars, found all over the world under the ocean? Because around 1500-1400 BC the REAL Ice Age ended and there was a 125 meter (300 ft) rise in Ocean level, which once in recorded History submerged many coastlines plus its cities, streets, building, pillars, temples, along with it. Below you find many pictures of fifteen sunken locations. This map below shows the sunken coast lands that were once land, in red.

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