24 Hour Museum: Medieval History of England's Battle Abbey Uncovered

Researchers from Archaeology South East have uncovered a number of links to Battle Abbey's medieval past during a recent dig including an arrowhead and the remains of a monastery.

William the Conqueror consecrated a church on the site of England's Battle Abbey to commemorate his victory over King Harald in 1066. Now archaeologists are finding surprising treasures beneath the more recent structure including a Victorian fountain, a medieval arrowhead, and the remains of what may be William's 11th century church.