A Roman gold ring, its green gemstone carved with the figure of a shepherd carrying a sheep on his shoulders. Photo: AP
A Roman gold ring, its green gemstone carved with the figure of a shepherd carrying a sheep on his shoulders. Photo: AP
Israel

Israeli archaeologists find treasures in ancient shipwrecks

  • The finds made near the ancient city of Caesarea were dated to the Roman and Mamluk periods, around 1,700 and 600 years ago, archaeologists said
  • They include hundreds of Roman silver and bronze coins dating to the mid-third century as well as more than 500 silver coins from the Middle Ages

Topic |   Israel
A Roman gold ring, its green gemstone carved with the figure of a shepherd carrying a sheep on his shoulders. Photo: AP
A Roman gold ring, its green gemstone carved with the figure of a shepherd carrying a sheep on his shoulders. Photo: AP
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