Ancient boat excavated near London Olympic Park
Friday, March 6, 2009
The Olympic Park for the Games of 2012 in London. On the site are many ancient archaeological discoveries made.
By working on the Olympic Park for the Games of 2012 in London are nice finds from under the ground met. A 4000 year old grind, four prehistoric skeletons and even a wooden boat dating from the nineteenth century. The archaeologists are in love with the unintended excavations in Stratford, East London. According to scientists, the excavations of the largest in the history of the United Kingdom.
In addition to the large catches were also Roman coins and war helmets from World War II discovered. But it is in good condition wooden boat, used to go hunting, which absorbs the most attention. The National Museum of London's delighted with the excavations. "The world then is his secrets to the disclosure, beams archaeologist Kieron Tyler. More than 1,000 kijklustigen have to drop off to Stratford to see the finds. (dea)