Roman Army Museum Archaeological Detective voting results 2016

Vindolanda Trust - Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Since the opening of our new display at the Roman Army Museum in February 2016, which looks at ethnicity, women and children at the fort, we have been collecting your votes on three archaeological questions.

 

The results are below…

A man’s skull was found during our excavations. From the evidence provided in the display, who was he?

  1. Roman - 37%
  2. Barbarian - 17%
  3. British - 27%
  4. Italian - 19%

 

From the evidence on display, did women live in Roman forts?

  1. Yes - 62%
  2. No - 38%

 

How do you think the child found under a barrack floor died from reading the evidence provided?

  1. Murder - 69%
  2. Natural causes - 16%
  3. Accident - 15%

 

Keep checking the website for an update of results!

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