A skeleton found in East Sussex is the first discovered of a man likely to have been involved in battles at the time of the 1066 Norman invasion.
Skeleton 180, dug up from a medieval cemetery, was thought to have died at the Battle of Lewes in 1264 but is now known to be 200 years older.
Experts say the discovery could prompt a new re-evaluation of what happened in Britain in the aftermath of 1066.
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