Archaeologists continue to search for Hull's ancient friary

Archaeologists working on an excavation in the town of Hull, Yorkshire, are delighted to have discovered the medieval Humber Gate, but are still looking for the elusive Carmelite friary, built in the town in the late 1290's.

The three-month dig have revealed many secrets: from the medieval entrance to the town, to a 15th century Humberware drinking jug, through 18th century cannons, but the location of the friary is still a mystery.