A WARRIOR grave dating back 2,000 years has been discovered under the site of a new golf clubhouse.
Archaeologists have been investigating land at the Playgolf course in Bakers Lane, Colchester, before work starts on the new range.
And Philip Crummy, director of the Colchester Archaeological Trust, said evidence had been found of a warrior’s grave - complete with five spears.
Mr Crummy said the grave would have belonged to a member of the Catuvellauni tribe just before the Roman conquests of Britain.
And he compared its archaeological significance to the finds of 2,000-year-old medical instruments in Stanway in the 1990s.
The find was made by archaeologist Don Shimmin.