They have found “the greatest evidence” of crucifixion in the United Kingdom since Roman times

They have found “the greatest evidence” of crucifixion in the United Kingdom since Roman times
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This is an “almost unique” discovery, said several archaeologists who have access to the excavations.

One of the earliest evidence of crucifixion was found in a city in the center of the United Kingdom.

The skeleton of a man with nails was found through a heel in the town of Fenstandon, about 115 kilometers north of London.

Cambridge University orthopedist Corinne Duhig said it was “unique” on a site recently identified as an ancient Roman settlement.

The expert pointed out that even in the United Kingdom “one of the most cruel punishments inflicted by the Romans could not be avoided by its citizens”.

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