In a Spanish fishing shop found amphorae of the Roman Empire
The civil guard of Spain found the shop the frozen fish thirteen amphorae of the first century.
The discovery was made during regular check one of the shops in the province of Alicante. In addition to the amphorae were stored anchor the eighteenth century and a slab of limestone with the inscription ESTE, the report said the Civil Guard. Most of the amphorae (one of them, experts consider especially valuable) was built to transport olive oil, wine and fish sauces in Rome.
Law enforcement agencies believe that the unique items were raised from the Board the sunken ship. They are now in the Maritime Museum in Santa Pola.
The shop owner and his son were charged with crimes against cultural heritage.