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Tuesday, 14 September 2010

Entire Suit of Roman Armour & Weapons Found on Dig

Oblique aerial photograph of Roman Barracks in Prysg Field, Caerleon in 1999.
CD2005_611_006     NPRN 402679
Archaeologists digging at the fortress of Caerleon in south Wales have uncovered an entire suit of Roman armour and some weapons.

The rare discovery was made during an excavation at Caerleon, one of Britain's best known Roman sites.

Related Roman Links:
Read more: Rare Roman suit of armour found at Caerleon dig www.bbc.co.uk
Discover more: Roman sites at Caerleon Coflein
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