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Photos: Digging Dunelm

Digging Dunelm: archaeologists working at Durham Cathedral have found pottery that suggests there may once have been a Roman site where the cathedral now stands. The team, which is digging in the medieval former Great Kitchen, has discovered samian ware - glossy red pottery from the Roman era.

Norman Emery, the cathedral's archaeologist, said: "We know there was a site not too far away called Old Durham, on the other side of the river, but several Roman artefacts have been found ...

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