Saxon Village Excites Archaeologists

The discovery of the remains of a village dating from the late Saxon period in Southampton, England has researchers from Oxford Archaeology a buzz. Among the finds were glassware from Italy and Germany.

Southampton has a wealth of archeaological discoveries from a number of centuries including the 13th and the 15th. The latest discoveries from earlier periods have excited researchers.

Also found at the site was a World War II pharmacy which collapsed into the medieval ruins during a bombing.