This Ancient Roman Sword Found On Oak Island Completely Rewrites History As We Know It
We're taught in school that Christopher Columbus discovered America.
Of course, the idea that you can discover a continent already inhabited by millions of other humans is, well, dubious at best, but now there's more evidence that Columbus was not the first European to set foot on the continent of North America.
A new finding suggests that Romans were the first non-indigenous people to visit the Americas.
This claim is supported by the discovery of a sword on Oak Island off the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada, that appears to be of ancient Roman origins.