A team of historians have claimed that an island off the coast of Canada has artifacts dating back to a time when the Roman Empire still ruled Europe and the Mediterranean.
According to Jovan Hutton Pulitzer, lead historian on the research project, a treasure trove of Roman-era artifacts, including a head sculpture, a fragment of a shield, a handful of golden coins from ancient Carthage, a legionnaire’s whistle, and a Roman sword, was found in the wreck of a ship off the coastline of Oak Island, which itself sits off the southern shores of Nova Scotia. The historian spoke to The Express newspaper, claiming that his new find constitutes “the single most important discovery” when it comes to the Western Hemisphere’s archaeological record, adding that it could result in history books being re-written completely.
Hutton Pulitzer is an Author, Historian and Professional World Explorer. As an expert he has been featured in Radio, Newspapers, PBS and even has been seen as a regular participant in the History Channels' Breakout Hit "Curse of Oak Island". Pulitzer has authored over 300 individual Lost History and Lost Treasure Books and publishes a Daily Archaeology Online Newspaper called Investigating History Daily which can be found at www.InvestigatingHistory.org Pulitzer is also the contributor on theHistoryHeretic.org blog.