Back in 1996, some researchers had unearthed a never-before-seen type of grave close to Colchester, Essex. They were suggestions that the man buried there may probably have died at the time of the invasion of the Romans or between the years 40 and 60 AD. The chamber where they had buried the man was completely made of wood and had a cloak that was hung which had medical tools like needles, scalpels, as well as retractors. Furthermore, a jet bead, metal poles, as well as some herbs and Mugwort, had been discovered. There had even been a chess game board found beside the remains. It is not known, therefore, the actual man, but experts had said he may have been some traditional Druid or just a doctor. There remains a single Roman account about the Druids from Britain, that was made possible by Tacitus. And this had been difficult to accurately identify some artefacts of the Druids as well as the remains in this case. This means that the actual identity of the man that was buried in the chamber will probably not be known any time soon.
Some Scary Mysteries You Have Ever Heard: 2- Druid of Colchester
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