Ancient Roman Road Found in Netherlands

Jan 06, 2007

(AP) -- Archaeologists in the Netherlands have uncovered what they believe is part of the military road Roman soldiers patrolled nearly 2,000 years ago while guarding against hostile Germanic tribes at the Roman Empire's northern boundary.



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