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Ancient Roman Coins Unearthed in Ruins of Japanese Castle

Archaeologists in Japan are baffled by the peculiar discovery of ten ancient Roman coins within the ruins of a castle in the Okinawa prefecture of southern Japan. The coins themselves date from between 300 and 400 A.D., while the castle in which they were found was operational...
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