Roman farm found in Suffolk

Archaeologists working on the site of a new school in Lowestoft, England, believe they have discovered the remains of a 1st century Roman farm where a family of 12 might have lived.

The team found post holes which may have been part of a sheep shed, as well as evidence of a Roman field system. Of particular interest may be what once was a clay quarry, which could have been used by the Romans to make pottery.