Druid Grave Unearthed in U.K.?

Archaeologists excavating a series of 1st century graves in Colchester, England think one of them may belong to a Druid.

Within the wooden, chambered burial site, researchers have found a wine warmer, cremated human remains, a cloak pinned with brooches, a jet bead, divining rods, a series of surgical instruments, a strainer bowl last used to brew Artemisia-containing tea, and a board game carefully laid out with pieces. This matched ancient descriptions of the Druids, including a detailed account by Julius Caesar.

Other are skeptical, pointing out that the grave goods are similar to what might be found in any upper-class grave in the Roman empire at the time.