to connectVideoFox News Flash, important news for the month of November. 29
Fox News Flash, important news for the month of November. 29, are here. Check out what to click on Foxnews.com
This puts a slightly different spin on the famous quote, “Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears.”
An ancient grooming kit — complete with a pair of tweezers, and the metal plugs to clean the ear — it was discovered during the construction of a bridge in the united kingdom, and The discoveries that were made earlier this year in the Ebbsfleet Garden City in the south of England, reports SWNS, and, after the excavation of a drainage ditch on the south side of the River Ebbsfleet.
The specific artifacts may be up to 2,000 years old, according to the Ebbsfleet Development Corporation, as the construction of the bridge. A piece of wood that was used in the ancient building has been found. “It is quite probable that it found its way down to the bottom of the River to Ebbsfleet after falling from a ship during transport,” said the Ebbsfleet Development Corporation, in a statement.
THE ROMAN SOLDIERS ARE VERY RUDE TO HIM, GRAFFITI IS SEEN IN THE VICINITY OF THE LINE OF HADRIAN’S WALL
The anglo-saxon pottery have also been discovered at the site. “With all of the items discovered at the site, where the archaeologists were working full-time, have been removed for further examination and documentation”, said the Ebbsfleet Development Corporation. The experts have also been awarded a contract for the maintenance of the wood in the laundry.
The extractor is part of an old grooming kit. (Ebbsfleet Development Corporation)
In Roman times it was the source of the River Ebbsfleet was to be the site of a new settlement, referred to as Vagniacis.
The united kingdom continues to reveal new aspects of the rich history of rome. An abandoned stone quarry, in the vicinity of the line of Hadrian’s Wall in northern England, for example, is provided with a smutty look into the lives of the Roman soldiers, who built the famous fortress.
THE ROMAN “HAND OF GOD”, HAS BEEN EXCAVATED BY ARCHAEOLOGISTS IN THE VICINITY OF THE LINE OF HADRIAN’S WALL
Last year archaeologists dug up a boxing gloves on the site of Vindolanda, a Roman fort just south of Hadrian’s Wall. A mysterious bronze hand was discovered in an archaeological excavation at Vindolanda.
The metal-Novel with the ear cleaner. (Ebbsfleet Development Corporation)
In 2017, with a treasure trove of artefacts, including a Roman sword, was found at the fort. The researchers also found a 25 wood, ink from the documents at Vindolanda, offering a fascinating glimpse into the daily life in the Roman Empire.
Elsewhere in the united kingdom to the Roman sites and to disclose their mysteries, like the mysterious villa at Abermagwr is in the west of Wales, it’s a 2,000-year-old burial site in Lincolnshire.
A MYSTERIOUS ROMAN VILLA REVEALS ITS SECRETS
Archaeologists in Leicester, also unearthed a 1,600-year-old Roman mosaic, and he lifted him from the ground. The mosaic floor, which dates back to the late 3rd or early 4th century A. D., was discovered next to a car park by the same team that found the remains of Richard III in the city.
A piece of wood that was used in the old construction of the project, it was found at the excavation site.(Ebbsfleet Development Corporation)
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FOX NEWS APP
At the end of 2014, a stunning treasure trove of ancient silver, and is supposed to be used as a bribe to the Romans, and was found with a metal detector by a teenager in Scotland.
Fox News’ Chris Ciaccia, contributed to this article.
Follow James Rogers on Twitter @jamesjrogers