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Roman skeletons discovered in Pontefract

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Roman skeletons discovered in Pontefract
Roman skeletons discovered in Pontefract

Roman skeletons have been discovered in Pontefract (northern England). They were found on the outskirts of the city, where remains of a Roman center.

In total, archaeologists excavated over 30 skeletons. Human remains were buried with numerous ceramics and jewellery.

Skeletons are to be extracted from the ground and transported to a laboratory, where scientists will try to learn about the past of local residents. According to their suspicions, the bodies date back 1,700 years and belonged to local farmers.

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