More questions raised by the latest discoveries aboard the Phoenician shipwreck near Gozo

Tests indicate that the cargo must have included Gozitan honey The oldest shipwreck ever found in Central Mediterranean, located to the west of the Maltese island of Gozo and dated to 2,700 years ago is proving to be a treasure trove. University of Malta archaeologists have retrieved a number of amphorae and urns, the likes of which have not been documented before. Scientific analysis conducted in laboratories have indicated that the cargo on board must have also included Gozitan honey.

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