A team of technicians and volunteers of the Marine Protected'''' Egadi Islands and the Superintendence of the Sea of Sicily Region, has recovered from the seabed at Cala Grande, Favignana, a strain of even Roman lead weight of about 150 kg. The archeological find, dating to approximately around the first Century. C., was lying on a rocky bottom at 20 meters depth and was found by Michael Rallo, an expert diver.
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