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Old Jun 7, 2010, 02:09 PM   #1
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Roman gladiator cemetery found in England.

This is so awesome!
"The archeological dig has found "what may be the world's only well-preserved Roman gladiator cemetery," the York Archaeological Trust said."
"Scientists called the discovery "extremely rare" -- both because it is so old and because the objects are so well preserved."

The project was led by Kurt Hunter-Mann (right) from York Archaeological Trust.
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