The anchor was found by divers at coast of the cape Chersonese near Sevastopol and it was supposed that it was from the ancient Roman vessel. The iron anchor of the fishery vessel of the Byzantine period was found by archeologists at the coast of Sevastopol, the senior research associate of Institute of oriental studies of RAS Victor Lebedinsky reported, TASS reports. "The anchor was found by divers at coast of the cape Chersonese near Sevastopol and it was supposed that it was from the ancient Roman vessel. As it appeared, it is an anchor of the Byzantine period which dating belongs to the 7-9th centuries of our era. It is small, most likely it was used by fishery vessels which caught fish...

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