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Archaeology Linkage

2000-year-old Romano-British skeleton in lead casket found in Yorkshire.

Engagement ring lost when the owner died on-board of wrecked HMS Opal during WWI, found by divers. They traced the family. The ring will likely go to a naval museum on Orkney.

Only known Anglo-Saxon burial place in north England found by freelance archaeologist. The 109-grave cemetery contained "spectacular gold jewellery, weapons and clothing."

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very interesting links... thanks.
I love archeology - I probably should have studied it...
It's very interesting, but not exactly lucrative.
LOL... I'm sure!
I'm also a "princess" and don't camp well... I'm told "roughing it" in dig sites is often required, so it's probably just as well that I didn't take it on as a career.
:)