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Medieval Tithe Barn found in England

The foundation of a medieval tithe barn, used to collect 10% of farmers' produce, has been unearthed in Warwickshire, England. The exposed foundations are 18 metres long and over 10 metres wide but it is thought that the Southam barn would have originally been about 40 metres long. A cobbled surface

Saxon burial ground found underneath English home

A Saxon burial gruond has been found underneath the home of a couple in Warwickshire. Stephen and Nicky West were having their home redeveloped when one of the builders unearthed the remains. Mr West said: "There was a tap on the door and the builder said 'Stephen, I think there's something you

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