Jamestown Revealed, 400 Years Later

Fascinating Bounty: Excavation Yields Clues to Settlers Lives

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Four hundred years after settlers from England lived in Jametsown, Va., archaelogolists have new understanding of how they survived in the New World. The dig began in 1994. They've found a range of items, from body armor to chess pieces to equipment for brewing beer. (APVA Preservation Virginia and Historic Jamestowne)
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