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Bronze rooster found in Roman child’s grave

An 1,800-year-old bronze enamelled cockerel figurine has been found in a Roman child's grave in Gloucestershire. It is thought the bronze cockerel, which is 12.5cm high, could have been a message to the gods. Archaeologist Neil Holbrook said it was a "most spectacular" find. The elaborately-decorated cockerel is believed to be Roman, probably

Boy in Stonehenge burial grew up in Mediterranean

Tests performed on the 3,550-year-old remains of a teenager found near Stonehenge show he grew up around the Mediterranean Sea. The conclusions come from analysis of different forms of the elements oxygen and strontium in his tooth enamel. Analysis on a previous skeleton found near Stonehenge showed that that person