Wednesday, August 31, 2016


From Archaeology News Network:
Archaeologists have unearthed walls about 1m (3ft) thick at Tintagel Castle in Cornwall in the first excavation of a five-year English Heritage project. It is thought the walls formed part of the seat of the rulers of the early medieval kingdom of Dumnonia. Winn Scutt from English Heritage said it was a "very dense settlement".
"It's a complex of buildings and many people since the 1980s have argued that it's a royal centre, and that it's the royal centre of the kingdom of Dumnonia", the properties curator said. (Read more.)


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