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A Roman Wooden Cellar Unearthed in Frankfurt’s Nida

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In the heart of modern Frankfurt, Germany, a new window into the past has been uncovered. The recent archaeological discovery of a full, well-preserved Roman wooden cellar in the ancient Roman city of Nida offers a unique glimpse into Roman life nearly two millennia ago. This exceptional find, unearthed by the Frankfurt Archaeological Museum’s team, has sparked excitement among historians and archaeologists alike. The cellar, part of a residential building likely dating back to the late 1st century AD, was discovered during an excavation conducted by the city of Frankfurt Monument Office in March 2023. Situated in what is now Frankfurt’s districts of Heddernheim and Praunheim, Nida was once a significant  Roman settlement and the capital of Civitas Taunensium around 110 AD…(READ MORE)

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