Another blow to Lickona’s liver


View made available Monday Aug 22 2011 of the amphora found by an US-Albanian underwater expedition which believes they have found a 1st century B.C. Roman shipwreck off the southwestern Albanian coast allegedly involved in the wine transport in the ancient times. The underwater survey headed by the Key West, Fla.-based RPM Nautical Foundation found the ‘well-preserved’ 30-meter (yard) tall ship and some 300 Lambolie 2-type amphora close to the Sazan Island off the Karaburun Peninsula and the Vlora city, 87 miles (140 kilometers) southwest of capital Tirana. (AP Photo)



  1. Jonathan Webb says

    Pungent but not overbearing.

  2. Jonathan Potter says

    Empty my eye. You know they were partying on Roman wine that night. And mammoth steaks from the melting glaciers of Alaska.

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