Tewkesbury Medieval Fair features 11th century Saxon poop

Discovered in 1991 in Gloucestershire, England, a small pile of 11th century human feces has become something of a phenonmenon with the British public, drawing 11,000 visitors to the Discovery Zone of the Cheltenham Science Festival. Recently the exhibit was displayed at the Tewkesbury Medieval Fair.

"It's been hidden away and kept from public eyes so it's nice that it's been brought out for the science festival and proved so popular," said Sarrah Macey, marketing officer for Culture and Tourism Gloucester City Council.