This video is called Secrets of Archaeology – Roman Imprint on the West – Part 1/2.
A positive effect of the Saint Nicholas storm which blew over our country on 5 December is that a lot of archaeological relics were washed up on the coast. That was the case between Ostend and Bredene on Oosteroever. These were finds and sherds from the Roman period.
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