Glass jewellery believed to have been made by Roman craftsmen has been found in an ancient tomb in Japan.


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Glass jewellery believed to have been made by Roman craftsmen has been found in an ancient tomb in Japan.

The mystery for archeologists and historians now is this: How did this Roman jewelry get there?

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