EXCLUSIVE: Hunt for ancient 'whistling bullets' in Israel could link Roman ruler to raid on Scottish fort

Archaeologists have trekked to Israel in the hope of finding evidence linking an ancient Roman ruler to a military siege in Scotland.
Earlier this year, a collection of whistling bullets used 1,800 years ago by the Romans to incite fear into their enemies were found on a hill in Scotland.
The bullets had tiny holes in them that allowed them to travel through the air towards their targets while making a terrifying shrieking sound.
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10 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 42
Source: Daily Mail

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