A SKELETON which could date back to Roman times has been discovered by celebrity archaeologists.
Professor Mark Horton and Dr Stuart Prior, from televison's Time Team, have unearthed the ancient bones in the garden of Dr Edward Jenner's museum at Berkeley.
"This is an extremely rare find of great historical significance," said Sarah Parker, director of the Jenner museum.
A dig team from the University of Bristol has been working at the site every summer since 2007. And they believe the skeleton may date back to Roman or even sub-Roman times. It was found underneath the sealed remains of part of the Anglo-Saxon Mynster, founded in the 8th Century.
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