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Pottery remains from Boudica times

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Pottery remains from Boudica times
Pottery remains from Boudica times

Fragments of Roman pottery found in the area of ​​modern Colchester (East England) and the Roman city of Camulodunum. The artifacts are blackened from fire and heat, and have been found in a thick layer of burnt earth that has been preserved for nearly two thousand years.

Researchers date the find to the years 60-61 CE, so the period of the rebellion of Boudica and the Britons.


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