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20 February, 2022 - 18:00
Glastonbury Tor: The Mysterious British Hill Steeped in History and Legend
Glastonbury is a small town in Somerset, England, where a very important hill exists known as the Glastonbury Tor. On top of the Tor stands the remains of St. Michael’s Tower, with a strange system...
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4 July, 2021 - 19:01
Roman Sarcophagus Containing Two Skeletons Unearthed in Bath
Bath is the largest city in the county of Somerset and, as the name suggests, it is renowned for its Roman-built baths which were used until the end of Roman rule in Britain in the 5th century AD...
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14 March, 2021 - 17:43
Pensioner Finds 800-Year-Old Bishop’s Palace in His Back Garden
An 81-year-old retired banker’s construction plans have been halted by the discovery of a lost bishop’s palace in Wiveliscombe, Somerset, England. While archaeologists have called the Medieval ruins...
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19 January, 2020 - 19:05
50 Roman Slaves Found Buried with ‘Care’ in England
A Roman slave burial ground has been found near what was once a great ancient villa in Britain. Many of the graves are very unusual, and they provide a glimpse into the impact of Rome on the local...
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24 January, 2018 - 13:57
Iron Age Skull Suggests Sinister Story of Severed Heads Tossed into Wetlands
There is much to consider when a human skull is found. When the authorities reach the scene, they need to find out if it is the mark of a modern death or the remains from a person who lived in the...
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6 December, 2016 - 00:45
Earliest Remains of Monks, Who May Have Known King Arthur, Unearthed in England
It is conceivable that 5 th or early 6 th century humans, whose remains were recently excavated at Glastonbury in England, may have known King Arthur or St. Bridget—two towering figures of early...
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11 September, 2013 - 07:37
Mystery over ancient remains of dozens of people in Somerset
On a prehistoric hillfort at Ham Hill in South Somerset, UK, archaeologists have uncovered the remains of dozens of people who died in a savage and mysterious way. However, there is something quite...
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