Thieves Reveal Tudor-Era Mercantile House — Archaeological Headlines – Archaeology Magazine

ESSEX, ENGLAND—According to a report in The Independent, a mercantile house dating to the 1520s was revealed in southeast England’s historic village of Dedham after a gang of thieves drove a car into the wall of a supermarket in an effort to break into an automatic cash machine. Archaeologists from Colchester Archaeological Trust who examined…

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