From the Daily Mail: Archaeologists discover earliest ever foundations at Hampton Court Palace from 800 years ago.
Archaeologists working at Hampton Court Palace have uncovered the earliest foundations ever found at King Henry VIII’s famous royal residence.
The significant 13th century building remains predate any other finds made at the palace by nearly 200 years.
The unexpected discoveries were made during excavations as part of a project to recreate Henry VIII’s Tudor 16th century courtyards.
Stone foundations and walls of a substantial medieval structure measuring 10metres by 25metres were found in [continue, see photos]