Roman Skeletons Adorned in Jewelry Found in Serbia [Video]

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Reuters has reported that archaeologists in Serbia have discovered a Roman sarcophagus that was intact and had been undisturbed for almost two thousand years. The tomb contains many precious items and it is one of the most important Roman finds in the country in recent decades. It was unearthed...

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Reuters has reported that archaeologists in Serbia have discovered a Roman sarcophagus that was intact and had been undisturbed for almost two thousand years. The tomb contains many precious items and it is one of the most important Roman finds in the country in recent decades. It was unearthed in Viminacium, an ancient Roman city, located …

Part of the excavated Viminacium archaeological site. (CC BY-SA 4.0)

Ruins of the mausoleum at Viminacium. (CC BY SA 3.0)

The sarcophagus was discovered intact and seemingly undisturbed for 2000 years. (Youtube Screenshot)

Two skeletons were found in a sarcophagus uncovered at the Viminacium archaeological site. Image: Youtube Screenshot