Medieval 'Banksy' drawings discovered in Sussex
Mysterious graffiti by a 'medieval Banksy' has been discovered in a 14th Century wine cellar in the Sussex town of Winchelsea.
The medieval etchings show the masts, rigging, hulls, flags, cross masts, and sails of sailing ships, inscribed into the plaster work.
Presenter Shaun Williamson asks archaeologist Matthew Champion about the origins of this medieval graffiti.
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