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Expedition finds remains of fortified Roman port are much larger than previously thought

An international team, co-directed by a University of Southampton archaeologist, has made a significant discovery at an underwater location in Albania – revealing that the submerged remains of a major ancient fortress and port are far larger than previously known.

The archaeological site of Triport, near the modern port of Vlora in the country, has been studied before, but divers have now found an additional eight acres of submerged structures, adding to known remains of approximately 12 acres.

The results suggest Triport was a harbour for a large settlement during the Roman period, perhaps associated with the ancient city of Aulon (now Vlora). Triport offered ships safe anchorage in both the sea and Narta Lagoon, and connected to ancient cities like Aulon and Apollonia through major Roman roads. The site was first explored in the 20th century, with further study in the early 2000s. Read more.

アボリジニの言語には「ありがとう」に相当する言語は存在しないという話は有名かもしれません。世の中には直訳できない言葉というものが多々存在しますが、これはその主たる例です。

彼らには物を平等に分かち合うのが当然であるという文化があります。そのため、その行為に対す感謝をするという考え方がないことがその理由です。