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Time team dig up the dirt: experts push back origins of farming in city’s history

Academics / Archaeology : Archaeology in Europe

ARCHAEOLOGISTS working at a Sheffield farm have dug up a mystery – the remains of a settlement which could date back 8,000 years to the Iron Age.The dig, aided by volunteers at Whirlow Hall Farm, has found a rectangular-shaped enclo...

Kent Iron Age helmet 'incredibly rare'

Academics / Archaeology : Archaeology in Europe

A rare Iron Age helmet discovered in Kent is the only example of its kind in Britain, researchers claim. Experts from the British Museum, Canterbury Archaeological Trust and the University of Kent talk about the importance of the fi...

2500-year-old Yorkshire mound discovered

Academics / General Science : Physorg: Other Sciences

Archaeologists have discovered that a 40-foot mound in Yorkshire, thought to be a Norman castle motte, is actually a unique Iron Age monument, built 2,500 years ago.

Iron Age helmet Canterbury

History / Ancient History : Antiquarian's Attic

Iron Age bronze helmet found on Canterbury farmland A rare Iron Age helmet unearthed by a metal detector enthusiast on farmland near Canterbury has been described as a significant find by the British Museum. The bronze helmet was fo...

Iron Age Feast

Academics / Archaeology : Wessex Archaeology News

Local volunteers have been processing Iron Age finds unearthed by teenagers on Salisbury Plain. The Iron Age artefacts were excavated two weeks ago from Chisenbury Midden, a man-made mound of feasting waste. Excavating this fascinat...


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