The top discovery of the year 2015, in my opinion, would be the findings of the Jamestown leadership men. To find four fully intact skeletons next to each other and of their high rankings during the 1600s is a fascinating find. What is interesting is they had to come back to these remains after they were already excavated, probably due to other findings in the area that had a higher priority than these remains. What I find intriguing is how those who were a part of this find were able to positively ID these skeletons to the men that are presented in this article. How were they able to compare DNA when there most likely was not any DNA taken from the men while during their lifetimes? I would like this information to be briefly mentioned in the article before the descriptions of each man. The symbolism of each burial depending on the direction they were buried, what they were buried with, or what they were buried in helped greatly with determining the roles of these men. The chaplain was buried wrapped in a shroud to show his piety and was found facing the congregation. The soldier was buried in a coffin with a silk military sash. The high content of lead that was found within his body showed a high-status since lead was mainly used for drinking vessels of those in a higher class. The nobleman was in an elaborate human-shaped coffin showing he was a higher status than the others. And lastly, the explorer brought up new questions regarding the Catholic reliquary found with him even though he was part of a protestant colony. This is the number one find for me because four different status men were all found under a church from one of the first colonies of America. These men all had an impact on those who were living within the colony and those around the colony and having their remains buried under a church shows that their actions were highly looked upon by those around them where the colonists deemed them worthy of this burial site. The ten finds from 2015 were all greatly diverse in their titles where I was wanting to click to read more about what was found across the world. What surprised me the most is archaeologists were able to uncover a pretzel out of Germany. Like it was mentioned in that article, usually baked goods will decompose or be eaten before they could have a chance of being carbonized.