A PAIR of German computer experts are hoping to decode part of South Shields's history by setting their sights on a mysterious Roman altar.
Bjorn Brecht and Bruno Kessler, who are both studying for their masters in geo-computer programming at the University of Applied Science in Mainz, Germany, were invited to Arbeia Roman Fort and Museum in South Shields to help make sense of a now-invisible inscription on a third century AD column.
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