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Intact Roman well unearthed in England

An intact well, dating back to the Late Roman period, has been found on the campus of the University of York in England. The well, which is thought to have been in use for several decades in the late 4th and early 5th centuries, was unearthed during archaeological excavations on the

Bronze Age cremation urn found on university campus

Construction at the University of York has turned up a cremation urn which dates back to the Bronze Age. The collared urn containing a cremation burial, together with a further cremation without a pot, was found by students from the Department of Archaeology on the Heslington East expansion in May. This rare