Archaeologists in Herefordshire have exposed the remnants of what could perhaps be a female gladiator. Amongst the verification of a Roman suburb in Credenhill, they have found the grave of a gigantic, muscular woman.
Toughened with iron straps and copper strips, she was found in an elaborate wooden coffin, which signified her importance.
Her remains were found in a squatted position, in what could be a hamlet of the close by Roman town of Kenchester.
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