Ghost of Teutoburg Forest massacre emerges after 2,000 years: Armour of Roman legionary who was 'sacrificed' by Germanic tribesmen and 'cooked in a pot' is found at site of battle where 20,000 soldiers from three legions where wiped out in 9 AD | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Ghost of Teutoburg Forest massacre emerges after 2,000 years: Armour of Roman legionary who was 'sacrificed' by Germanic tribesmen and 'cooked in a pot' is found at site of battle where 20,000 soldiers from three legions where wiped out in 9 AD

Archaeologists working in Kalkriese, Germany, have found a Roman cuirass
It is believed to be the oldest and most complete find of its kind ever made
The armour belonged to a soldier involved in the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest

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