Next to what’s known as the oldest house in St. Augustine, there’s another old house. It’s called the Tovar House. A Spanish colonist originally lived there.Dr. Kathy Deagan is leading an archaeological dig at the house.”We’re trying to understand when this building was built and how it was built,” she said.The team of archaeologists found an unusual old foundation made up of rubble.Deagan pointed, saying “There’s trash and bricks and rubble and bone” in the foundation.And then there was a surprise.

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