York grave holds Roman murder victim

Archaeologists working on a large Roman cemetery in York, England have discovered, among the remains of wealthy and poor alike, the bones of a murder victim. "She was stabbed seven times in the throat from the front," said Osteo-archaeologist Malin Holst.

Also uncovered at the dig were a large, stone sarcophagus. thought to hold the remains of a wealthy citizen, and foundations which are believed to have been part of a Roman mausoleum.