Roman trading vessel, cargo found in Italy

"There are some broken jars around the wreck, but we believe that most of the amphorae inside the ship are still sealed and food filled," Lt. Col. Francesco Schilardi about a 2,000-year-old Roman shipwreck found recently off the coast of the Italian city of Genoa.

The ship, buried under mud, was found mostly intact with 20 containers filled with "pickled fish, grain, wine and oil." Officials are undecided about what to do with the discovery.