Edward Jenner's garden holds historic secrets

Archaeologists from the University of Bristol are digging up Edward Jenner's garden, not seeking evidence of the 18th century British scientist, but secrets much older, including a skeleton dating to Roman times.

In addition to the human remains, the team has found evidence of a major Anglo-Saxon town and monastery and a Roman villa. Jenner's residence, the Chantry, is located in Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England.