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A group of archaeologists in the University of York has uncovered new evidence confirming that there was an Army Barracks in Jersey’s Elizabeth Castle through the late 17th Century.
“It’s exciting to discover this buttonbecause there could have just been one officer who wore this uniform in Elizabeth Castle. He’d have experienced supervision of the castle defences and its own military provides, for example weaponry.”
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Dr Catriona Cooper, by the University of York’s Department of Archaeology, stated:”The Board of Ordnance was a government body based at the Tudor period to behave chiefly as custodians into the regions involved in defence of the nation.
The excavation also directed the group to discover a rare metal button, that can be considered to have been a part of an Army officer’s uniform.
The excavation has lasted a week up to now, with structural proof of the barracks, such as walls, a cobbled floor along with a inquisitive door crucial, resulting in light.