Three “star finds” have been discovered by archaeologists at a dig on the site for Northamptonshire County Council’s forthcoming new £43m headquarters. The excavation in Fetter Street, Northampton, has revealed the remains of a medieval bread oven, an early 13th Century well shaft and trading tokens.
Jim Brown, from the Museum of London Archaeology, said the 12th Century oven suggested “a settlement nearby”. Excavation on the 1,400 sq m site continues until the end of August.
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