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Sexaginta Prista



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Sexaginta Prista is an ancient Roman fortress located on a hill near the Danube River, in the territory of today's city of Ruse (in its northwestern part). This Roman facility was built on the ruins of an old Thracian settlement. After excavations, artifacts from the 2nd - 1st century BC were found, proving the existence of a Thracian settlement on the same site.
The Roman fortress was probably built in the middle of the 1st century during the reign of Emperor Vespasian. In 2006, archaeologists discovered the remains of a Roman warship (the name "Sexaginta Prista" means "Port of Sixty Ships"), probably dating from the first quarter of the 4th century to the first decade of the 5th century.
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