Polish Archaeologists excavating a Roman Military camp in Bulgaria, found a Roman 'fridge' - a food storage chamber made of pottery pieces - half buried in the ground.
Inside they found cooked food (some burnt), pottery dishes - and a small bowl with charcoal thought to have been burned to produce fumes to kept away insects from the food.
There were pork bones - possibly a Roman barbecue.
This was the Legio Italica - First Italian Legion of the Roman Imperial Army. Their symbol was the Boar - and they were known as real party animals.
They were there to guard the local, conquered, Carpathian Mountain gold mines.
The Romans had a really great civilization - living on everybody else's gold.
The site is near modern day Svishtov, Bulgaria.
On the side of the 'fridge' was a message in charcoal - 'For a good time - try Thalia - near the big rock in the forest'.