Old bones - believed to date back to the 12th Century - have been discovered under a cracked road in Friar Street, in Reading.
Workers found the remains - believed to be animal bones such as horse and pig - while repairing an old Victorian clay sewer pipe. They also discovered the soles of old shoes.
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