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Boudicca revolt: Iron Age village in Essex may have been burnt down by the Romans (www.bbc.co.uk)

More than 100 brooches, 10 Iron Age coins, dozens of Roman coins, hairpins, beads, finger rings and a copper cockerel figurine were discovered at the site of a “high status” village likely destroyed by the Romans during reprisals after the Boudiccan revolt.

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