Skeleton found in Trafalgar Square

Skeletal remains discovered recently in London's Trafalgar Square have not triggered the British equivalent of CSI. The remains are of a wealthy Roman man who was buried in the 5th century beneath what is now the busy city center.

The skeleton has been dated to 410 C.E. among the graves of rich Saxons forcing historians to reevaluate the history of the city. Also buried at the site were a number of artifacts including a glass bowl, coins and a glass pendant.