Norfolk Site of Celtic Resistance

New evidence points to the English city of Norfolk as being a hub of Celtic resistance against Roman occupation. It may also have been the site of a "lost holocaust".

David Thorpe, from the Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Research Project believes that the area encompassed by the modern city of Norfolk, England may have been the most significant settlement for the Iceni tribe. It may also have been the site of a brutal Roman crackdown against the Celts. Researchers have discovered the burned remains of homes as well as stains in the earth that lead to the theory.