Amateur archeologist claims discovery of UK’s lost city Trellech

An amateur archaeologist in the UK claims to have discovered a major 13th-century city.

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    An amateur archaeologist in the UK claims to have discovered a major 13th-century city.

    Excavations to unearth the fabled lost city of Trellech on the Wales-England border have revealed some significant finds.

    It is believed that this city could have been one of medieval Europe's largest settlements.

    Al Jazeera’s Neave Barker reports from the lost city of Trellech.


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