Stud found in Walsingham links to East Anglia's Roman past

Started by gash, September 03, 2016, 09:30:54 pm

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A silver stud found buried in a Norfolk village commemorated the quashing of Queen Boudicca's rebellion, an expert said.
Researcher Jacqueline Cahill Wilson said the stud, found in Walsingham, may have come from a Roman horse harness.
It could have belonged to the troops who were stationed at a Roman town, now Caistor St Edmund, during the Iceni army's uprising in AD61, she said.
The stud is now likely to go on display at the Castle Museum in Norwich.

Full story : http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-norfolk-37221815
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