Archaeologists Search for Secrets at 11th Century Castle

Evening Telegraph: England's historic Tutbury Castle is the latest subject of a dig where researchers hope to uncover clues to its royal past. In 1831, Tutbury Castle was excavated, unearthing thousands of silver coins, now on display at the British Museum, but a major investigation of the site is long overdue. Now researchers will get the chance when a three-week long dig, conducted jointly by the British Museum and Birmingham University, will take place. Among the royals who spent time in the castle was Mary Queen of Scots, who was an unwilling guest on three separate occasions.

Visit the website to read more.