3 avril 2016

Taverne romaine trouvée en France

Quelle découverte remarquable:

One of France's earliest-known Roman taverns is still littered with drinking bowls and animal bones, even though more than 2,000 years have passed since it served patrons, a new archaeological study finds.

An excavation uncovered dozens of other artifacts, including plates and bowls, three ovens, and the base of a millstone that was likely used for grinding flour, the researchers said.

(...) The site they uncovered dates to about 125 B.C. to 75 B.C., spanning the period following the Roman conquest, and was located at the intersection of two important streets, the scientists said.

At first, the researchers weren't sure what to make of it. But a number of clues suggested the site was once a bustling tavern, one that likely served fish, flatbread, and choice cuts of cows and sheep, Luley said.



2 commentaires:

PJ a dit…

La question demeure: est-ce que la cervoise était bonne?

Prof Solitaire a dit…

Elle demeure entière, malheureusement! ;-)