Roman Settlement Discovered

2000 year old human remains have been found in Nottingham, where the Highways Agency is widening the A453. Archeologists say pottery and jewellery have also been found at the early Roman settlement.

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Ancient bones from Iron age or Roman settlement

Archaeologists who discovered human remains close to the A453 in Nottinghamshire believe they're from a late Iron age or early Roman settlement.

The bones which date back around two thousand years, were found in shallow graves during work to turn the road into a dual carriageway.

As well as the human remains, archaeologists unearthed pottery and jewellery including a jet bracelet.

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