Mildenhall Skeleton Sparks Controversy

EDP24 & BBC: News sources conflict on the identity of a skeleton discovered buried face down near Mildenhall air force base in Suffolk, England. The discovery of a skeleton buried face down during excavation of a football pitch in Suffolk, England has led to controversy. Some sources have identified the grave as Roman while others claim Iceni. The remains are of a man, probably a warrior. Other graves were discovered nearby, as well as the sekeltal remains of a horse at the site of a Roman barn, leading the BBC to conclude that the warrior was Roman.

A Norfolk news source disagrees, beliving the burial to be Iceni in orgin.

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The rich archaeological site has yielded many artifacts dating from between 2500 BCE and 410 CE.

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