Archaeologists hoping to determine whether an unearthed skeleton belongs to one of the founders of the first permanent English settlement in North America begin work to excavate his sister's 360-year-old remains in the village of Shelley, in eastern England. Archaeologist Rod Gradner clears the Shelley dig site on Monday.

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