The discovery was made at Maiden Castle (Image: YOUTUBE)
AN ARCHAEOLOGIST uncovered what he believed to be the remains of a Roman massacre of Britons in Dorset, describing it as his “most dramatic find”.
Archaeologist Francis Pryor visited the site during his “Britain BC” series, where he explained the area in more detail.
He said in 2011: “This was a place where things happened, where communities met. Land had acquired a new meaning to ancient Britain and these patches of common land, packed with ancestral bones, became magic.
“What began as a celebration of a new relationship with land became a way of life.
“The people who constructed the hill fort thousands of years later knew they were building on a sacred place.
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