Recent ‘Lost Colony’ Clue Provides Peek Into Settler’s Lives

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Jun. 23 2016, Updated 8:49 p.m. ET

The unsolved mystery of the lost colony of Roanoke might be a little closer to being solved as a new clue was found this Sunday in the form of pottery pieces.

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It’s said that what is famously known as the “Lost colony” of Roanoke Island in present day North Carolina, was the first colony of English settlers in America.

As the video explains, one of the settlers left for England to get supplies and when he returned a few years later, the colony was gone, but a new clue seems to shed some light that might reveal the settlers considered lost might have just been a subjective point of view from a now 400-plus-year-old Roanoke governor.

The Virginian-Pilot originally broke the story over the weekend, where they say that archaeologists found a clue in pieces of a medicine jar that might have belonged to a member of the lost colony and the Roanoke voyages.

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