The world's first "swiss army knife" has been uncovered - made hundreds of years before its modern counterpart.
An intricately designed Roman knife, which dates back to 200AD, is made from silver with an iron blade. It features a spoon, a fork, as well as a spike, spatula and small tooth-pick.
The knife was excavated from the Mediterranean area. The unique item is among dozens of artifacts exhibited in a newly refurbished Greek and Roman antiquities gallery at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, England.