Iron Age town found beneath Roman site

Published on July 15th, 2009 | by Admin


Archaeologists in England have discovered evidence of an Iron Age town underneath the remains of a Roman Settlement.

Now the team believe they have found evidence of one of Britain’s earliest Iron Age towns with a planned layout. A street-grid was found to have been in place before the Romans came in AD 43.

Archaeologists have also discovered evidence of widespread burning at the site.

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