Ancient Roman Shipwreck close to Albenga, Liguria, Italy.
Roman-era cargo ship found in Albenga, was a vessel used for the transport of goods, 40 m long and 12 m wide; it could carry around 11,000 / 13,000 wine amphorae and various types of ceramics.
Some were found intact, others only in fragments made up of funds and hills
They contained for the most part wine, but amphorae with peanut residues were also found.
It is about 40m deep
It dates back to the first century AD