"Y-shaped" Roman structure stumps archaeologists

Archaeologists are puzzled about the discovery of a winged-shaped building which appears to be unique in the Roman Empire in Norfolk, England. The 3rd century structure can be seen in aerial photographs. (photo)

William Bowden of the University of Nottingham said, "It's very unusual to find a building like this where you have no known parallels for it. What they were trying to achieve by using this design is really very difficult to say."