Roman 'treasure' hidden under London streets, full report

They are calling it "the site we've been dreaming of for 20 years". 10,000 artefacts, many of them in incredible condition, have been dug up on a three-acre site in the City. And according to experts, it could transform our understanding of Roman London as Liz Wickham reports.

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Roman finds under city streets

Entire Roman streets and around 10,000 perfectly preserved artefacts have been uncovered in the heart of the city, in what experts are calling the most important archaeological excavation to take place in London.