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originally posted by: Akragon
An Ancient castle has apparently been unearthed from beneath a prison exercise yard in Gloucester England... Said ancient ruins were demolished approx. 200 years ago, and the ruins haven't been remembered or seen since.
The ruins date back to the 12th century, and was possibly the home of one "William the Conqueror" and many others such as All the Williams, Henrys, Edwards, Richards I II and III who lived at the castle at various points, as did King John.
Tragic how in times past people just knocked down ancient structures with no regards to the history it may hold...
IF anyone lives near this place... you might want to drop in and take a look around if you can...
I love this kind of stuff.... wish they'd find something around where I live
I can't wait to see what they dig up at this site
originally posted by: Butterfinger
Saturated with history is an understatement!
originally posted by: Curious69
a reply to: Akragon
So Canadians dont knock down old buildings to make room for new ones? besides they proberbly knocked down a roman palace
to make room for the medieval one, and the romans proberbly took down a few clay huts to make room for their project.
originally posted by: stormcell
This is a map that someone from that would have kept in their pocket.
originally posted by: LSU0408
They have thousands of years of crap they can dig up over there... Us? Pssh, we've got what, about 480 (give or take) years of history?