A roman sarcophagus that was originally found in a Newcastle garden has sold for thousands of pounds at an auction in the West Country.
The sale happened at Duke's Auctioneers in Dorchester where the sarcophagus sold for £40,000 to a phone bidder.
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The trophy started at Hadrian's Wall before passing through Hexham and Newcastle on its way to Alnwick.
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