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'Tsunami-sunk' Roman ruins discovered in Tunisia - Phys.Org

Vast underwater Roman ruins have been discovered off northeast Tunisia, apparently confirming a theory that the city of Neapolis was partly submerged by a tsunami in the 4th century AD. "It's a major discovery," Mounir Fantar, the head of a Tunisian ...and more »

Roman "underwater ruins" discovered in Tunisia - africanews

Twenty hectares of the remains of Roman ruins under the sea have been discovered in Nabeul, Tunisia by a joint team of experts from the National Heritage Institute of Tunisia and the University of Sassari-Oristano in Italy. ADVERTISING. inRead invented ...and more »

Underwater ruins of lost Roman city discovered in Tunisia - The Independent

A vast 1,700 year old Roman settlement has been discovered off the coast of Tunisia after several years of archaeological exploration in search of the ancient city of Neapolis. Neapolis is believed to have been submerged after a tsunami in the 4th ...and more »

Sunk by a Tsunami, Underwater Archaeologists Finally Find the Ruins of the Roman City Neapolis - Ancient Origins

After almost a decade of searching, the ruins of the city of Neapolis have finally been located. Based on their finds so far, researchers have confirmed that a tsunami hit the area in the 4th century AD. They have also decided the city likely held a ...and more »

Ancient Rome: Sunken City Devastated by a Tsunami 1600 Years Ago Discovered off Tunisian Coast - Newsweek

RTX24PTA (1) Columns from the Roman ruins are seen in Sbeitla, in Kasserine; Tunisia is home to some of the most impressive examples of Greek, Phoenician, Roman, Byzantine, Arab and European heritage sites. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra. Share. World Tunisia ...and more »

Underwater ruins from lost Roman city reveal the TSUNAMI that devastated Mediterranean region 1600 years ago - Daily Mail

The find confirms a theory that the city of Neapolis was partly submerged by a tsunami in the 4th century AD. It also verifies that Neapolis was once the largest centre in the Roman world for the production of garum, a fermented fish-based condiment ...and more »

Tunisia: Archaeologists find Roman city lost to 4th-century tsunami - Africa Times

Archaeologists say they've discovered the undersea ruins of a Roman city off the coast of Tunisia, where part of the ancient Neapolis was submerged after a fourth-century earthquake and tsunami on the Mediterranean Sea. That's the working theory of a ...and more »

Underwater Roman City Relics in Tunisia Confirm Existence of Tsunami 365 AD - Face2Face Africa

A team of archaeologists has unearthed vast underwater ruins of an ancient Roman city in the coastal Tunisian town Nabeul. The ruins, which were discovered this week in northeastern Tunisia, are said to belong to an old city that was destroyed by a ...and more »

Long-Lost Roman City Found Underwater Confirms Theory Ancient Tsunami Swallowed It - IFLScience

A long-lost Roman city has been found in the waters of northeast Tunisia, along with dozens of ancient fish sauce containers, confirming the old theory that the settlement was swallowed up by a colossal tsunami 1,600 years ago. A new archaeological ...and more »

Long-lost Roman city of Neapolis discovered off Tunisia (PHOTOS) - RT

Ruins of the ancient Roman settlement Neapolis have reportedly been discovered submerged off the coast of Tunisia, giving further credibility to historical accounts that it was wiped from the map by a massive tsunami. TrendsViral. The underwater city ...and more »