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It’s an old Roman fort have been found in England ‘are Very important, and completely unexpected’

The remains of an old Roman fort dating back nearly 2,000 years old have been unearthed beneath a bus station in the south of England.

The fort is situated in Exeter, it is a “very, very important, and quite unexpectedly found, according to city officials, who are working on the (re -) organization of the environment.

“This is a very, very important and completely unexpected discovery, in an area that has been significantly altered by the post-war re-development,” of Exeter City, is a member of the Board of the Andrew Pye said in a statement. “Taken together with other recent work in the Exeter, it shows how much of the history of the city and still be able to survive in the most unlikely of places, in spite of the damage caused by the war, and a modern concrete foundation.”

(Credit: Exeter City Council).

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Pye added: “the discovery of a new Roman fort in the city has seen, along with that of the fort, and waded back into the 1970’s, as well as a number of other major military sites over the last ten years, what a pivotal role to play in the Exeter area, is currently playing in the first few decades of the Roman conquest, and the subjugation of great Britain, and the need for development-led archaeology is in the revelation of it.”

In addition to the fort, which was built in the cathedral of the city, is in 55 A. D., coins and pottery have been made for the military, and the “fine red Samian tableware imported from France were found.

The old fort was found by the Exeter Offices of Cotswold Archaeology, working in conjunction with Kier Construction, to keep the city, the history of rome prior to the construction of the new central bus station, and a future of the leisure complex.

(Credit: Exeter City Council).

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Derek Evans, of Cotswold Archaeology’s Exeter Office, said they were delighted to be working with Kier and the town council about the project, such as the bus station, which was originally built in the mid-1960s, will be replaced.

“The unexpected nature of this discovery, and the significance of the revelation of a previously unrecorded Roman military posts in this part of the city, this is a very challenging and interesting project,” Evans said in a statement. “We are looking forward to undertaking a further analysis of the artifacts and other materials recovered during our work and fine-tuning of the narrative of the story.”

Earlier this year, a mysterious Ancient road, and the mine, discovered by archaeologists in the English town of Cornwall.

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