Other city finds
Bones that are believed to have formed part of a 12th century graveyard were discovered in a back garden in Thorpe Park Road, Peterborough last September.
Coins, pottery, cutlery and clothing dating back to pre16th century Peterborough was unearthed beneath Cathedral Square last July as a dig was held before the regeneration works began.
A Time Team excavation of the 213-year-old Roman Cross Prisoner of War camp last July found pottery, buttons, glass, dominoes and items carved by prisoners.
Flag Fen, north of the River Nene, is the city’s most famous archaeological site, preserving Bronze Age timber walkways built by Celts 3, 00 years ago.