Saturday, March 6, 2010

Archaeologists discover secrets of Canterbury's past

SECRETS of the city have been revealed by archaeologists working on the Beaney Institute in Canterbury.

A team from Canterbury Archaeological Trust are uncovering the city's history before the museum in the High Street is extended and developed.

The excavations have revealed the heart of Roman Canterbury, including a street and buildings, as well as pottery, ceramic lamps and a set of 18th century tankards from a pilgrims' inn that stood on the site.

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