New Roman Finds From Britain

Andy
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11:32 AM - Nov 06, 2007 #1

For anyone who likes to keep up with these things!



The first Roman tombstone found in Scotland for 170 years has been unearthed at Carberry, near Inveresk.


http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/edi ... 066539.stm
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Andy
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2:58 PM - Jun 28, 2008 #2

Roman Rabbits in Britain?

Whatever next? Roman Grey squirrel?

read all about it.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/norfolk/4439339.stm

The debate here is..... do they arrive with the Romans or after. Rabbits are traditionally added to the Norman conquest in 1066. However, we might have to let old Norman off the hook on this one.

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10:05 AM - Jul 01, 2008 #3

Hey just someting else we can add to "what did the Romans ever do for us?" :P
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5:39 PM - Jul 01, 2008 #4



Roman grey squirrel exerting its dominance.
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