Saxon Settlement Found Under Chocolate Factory
Submitted by Milica on Thu, 2003-03-20 19:59
A medieval best buckle, discovered when workers tore down an old Nestle factory in Norwich, England, has led scientists to unearth the remains of a Saxon settlement. Hundreds of artifacts, including pottery, coins and a metal belt buckle, were discovered when workers demolished an old chocolate factory. The foundations of three buildings have been unearthed. Plans have not been made to preserve the site, which will accomodate shops and cafes.