Archaeological dig confirms Roman presence in Moray
ARCHAEOLOGISTS and volunteers at the Birnie dig site, near Elgin, have uncovered more evidence of the Romans’ presence in Moray.
The team, led by Fraser Hunter, curator at the National Museums of Scotland, is excavating two 2,000-year-old roundhouses.
During the last week, they have uncovered several items, including a small glass ball pin head, a dagger and the remains of a bronze horse harness.
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