The Madrague de Giens shipwreck

The wreck of the Madrague de Giens was a roman shipwreck of the coast of southern France near Toulon. It sunk in 75 BC and the ship was a merchant ship of huge size. It is one of the largest shipwrecks ever discovered and measured forty meters in length. The ship had two masts and when fully laden could hold a weigh 520 tons with cargo. There would be space for 10,000 amphorae to carry oil and wine. The cargo was typical of a large Roman merchant vessel. It could carry up to 400 tons of goods held in stacked amphorae. These containers would hold all manner of agricultural produce including fruit, wine, olive oil, garam (fish sauce) and occasionally grain.
An unbelievable image of what might be a Roman shipwreck