This is a very cool find, the oldest known Saxon graves found yet. When I lived in the UK they said you can’t dig in your garden without coming across old relics, seems like that was the case here as well.
For as long as I can remember cement shoes have been a mafia legend. No none cases ever proved. Until now anyway. RIP Mr. Martinez, that was a hard way to go.
This is a very cool find in Mexico, a 2,000 year old tunnel beneath the Temple of the Serpents. Lots of very nice sculptures in a very long tunnel. Still not done excavating it yet so hopefully more good stuff to come.
A very good article on why it is hard to see history shaping up while you are living in it looking at everyone thought was going to be important in 1964. I think you need at least twenty years, but I could easily argue that forty years is a better starting point.
Want to play Dungeons and Dragons in real life? Get out of those steam tunnels you knucklehead and go play in 170km of the real thing!
Remains of an Iron Age Chariot found at Burrough Hill, Near Melton Mowbray. I looked at the map and I am pretty sure we picniced up on this hill when I lived near Melton. England is filled with amazing history right under everyone’s feet. We are too here in America but have destroyed most of the history and don’t do much looking in the few places it might have survived.