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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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