Highway excavation produces ancient treasures in Romania

The excavation for a new highway in Romania has unearthed a plethora of artifacts - from Greek and Roman coins to a Celtic miniature chariot. Archaeologists have taken control of the site with the goal to preserve the artifacts for the country.

The huge site, which spans three counties, has drawn a team of 40 Romanian and foreign archeologists. In addition to the many artifacts, the experts discovered a Bronze age settlement dating to the 3rd and 2nd centuries BCE.