Archaeologists are converging in the small Welsh town of Haverfordwest, where artifacts and remains dating back to the 14th century have been discovered. Experts hope the excavation will reveal the location of St. Saviour’s, a long lost Dominican friary.
Western Telegraph reports that the discovery began when 17 bodies were exhumed during a redevelopment project. The bodies were buried in shrouds with their arms crossed over their chests. They have since been removed for a formal analysis.