Archaeologist: Bodies may be earliest remains found in Charlestontags: archaeology, coins, American History, South Carolina
Friday proved to be another fascinating day of discovery at the Gaillard Auditorium construction site.
Archaeologists found coins they believe date back to the late 1600s or early 1700s.
So far, archaeologists have unearthed 37 graves that may date back to the colonial days of the city. Eric Poplin, the lead archaeologist, said Friday the coins were found near the remains of an adult and a child....
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