The World’s Oldest Intact Shipwreck Was Found. And Now, The World’s Largest (110 Feet Long) Classical Shipwreck Has Been Discovered, At 60m Depth, In Eastern Mediterranean. The Ship, Which Dates Back Btw 100 BCE And 100 CE, Is Said To Comprise Amphorae–Large Terracotta Pots Used In The Roman Empire For Transporting Wine And Olive Oil.
The Roman shipwreck, with 6,000 amphorae jugs onboard, sank outside Fiskardo on the Greek island of Kefalonia. It’s the biggest classicial shipwreck found in the eastern Mediterranean.