Archaeologists hope to find Shakespeare's final home

Excavations are under way at New Place, in Stratford-upon-Avon, the site of William Shakespeare's last home. The site, which has not been excavated to the level of Tudor times, has already yielded some artifacts of the period.

Archaeologists have so far discovered roof tiles and pottery, as well as evidence of a high-status residence. New Place was the home of Shakespeare's wife and children, and his home after 1597.