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Amateur divers find Roman gold coins while clearing trash from seabed in Spain


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Every summer, the brothers-in-law Luis Lens and César Gimeno and their respective families spend their vacations in Xàbia, a popular tourist resort on Spain’s Mediterranean coast. The two men spend their days snorkeling and free diving “with technical equipment worth €10, consisting of swimsuit, masks, snorkels and flippers,” jokes Lens. Their only aim is to enjoy the underwater scenery and “clean up the garbage” they find as they do. On August 23, a flash on a rock at a depth of about seven meters in the bay of Portitxol made Lens think he had found “what looked like a 10-cent coin.”

https://english.elpais.com/usa/2021-09-24/amateur-divers-find-perfectly-preserved-roman-treasure-in-spain.html

https://uk.news.yahoo.com/amateur-divers-incredible-treasure-trove-150536195.html

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