Tests are being carried out to find out how the man died
[Credit: Hills Quarry]
Archaeologists made the discovery at Woodsford, near Dorchester, where they have been carrying out excavations for several years.
Thames Valley Archaeological Services said the man died in his 20s or 30s.
Tests are being carried out to determine how he died and to understand more about his "unusual grave".
The limestone sarcophagus was found in a 1.80m (5ft 11in)-long, 0.55m (1ft 10in)-wide and 0.3m (1ft)-deep grave.
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