Archeologists unearth 'exceptional' Celtic prince burial site in France

A huge necropolis unearthed by a roundabout near Troyes, east of Paris, is thought to date from the fifth century BC.

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Archaeologists in eastern France have made an "exceptional" discovery of what they believe is a Celtic prince buried in his chariot alongside exquisite ancient Greek ornaments, reports The Telegraph.