Leather Roman shoes, many with hobnails still intact, all found in a well at the Tollgate Farm in Staffordshire, UK.
From the archaeologists’ report:
Most Roman shoes found in Britain are from military sites: forts and associated towns. However, ours are from a rural settlement, showing the type of footwear worn by the ordinary people in the countryside.
The significant feature of the shoes is the long ankle straps, very rarely found in this country. All of the shoes have loops. Some inner soles are fixed by weaving leather thongs interlaced with the lower sole, thus stabilising the shoe. Some of the shoes have heel-stiffeners.
Sources: Stoke-On-Trent Museum; "Leather Shoes from a Roman Staffordshire Well"