Human remains dating from the Iron Age have been found during archaeological excavations in Gloucestershire.
The remains are thought to date from the Iron Age [Credit: BBC]
The skeleton was found at a nature reserve on the outskirts of Bourton-on-the-Water near Salmonsbury Camp, an ancient hill fort.
The work also revealed what is thought to be a roundhouse and a series of pits that may have been used to store grain.
Tom Beasley-Suffolk, Cotswolds reserves manager, said the remains will be cleaned and then analysed.
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