VIDEO: Israeli Divers Find Massive Roman Treasure

Israeli officials are calling the find, made by two recreational divers, the largest and most important in 30 years

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The Israel Antiquities Authority has put on display the contents of an ancient Roman cargo ship that sank off the coast of the Israeli coastal town of Caesarea some 1,600 years ago.

The treasure was discovered by two Israeli divers, and includes bronze sculptures, thousands of coins and other well-preserved pieces.

Israeli officials are calling it the largest and most important find in the past 30 years.

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