Researchers believe the ship to have been in operation between the first century BC
and the first century AD
A Roman shipwreck dating back to the time of Jesus Christ has been found in a huge archaeological breakthrough.
It was discovered off the coast of a Greek island - and it had some unexpected cargo on board.
The boat was being held down with jugs used to store wine and food, it has been claimed.
The well-preserved containers, known as amphorae, were probably carrying olive oil and grains as well.
The jars have been analysed by experts who determined when they were used by the Greeks and the Romans.
The vessel is understood to measure 34m in length and 13m in width.
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