Surprising find: not plundered Roman sarcophagus of 1800-year prescription found in France

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Archeologists from National institutes preventive archeology of France (INRAP) found not plundered ancient stone sarcophagus in a huge ancient necropolis on Sussilyon Street in the northeast of France. Infrequently archeologists find not plundered Roman sarcophagus therefore when it nevertheless happens, it becomes fine opportunity to learn more about the past. Ancient Durokortorum was the capital of the province Gallia-Belgium and one of the largest cities of the Roman Empire. The city stretched for the territory more than 600 hectares and was limited by a powerful wall. In the second half of the XIX century during works...