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Historic England 14 Jun 15
time capsule about to be unearthed with help from
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BBC Cambridgeshire 18 Feb 16
The largest and earliest Bronze Age wheel ever discovered has been unearthed at near :
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Historic England 14 Jun 15
We're on the brink of knowing a lot more about our Bronze Age ancestors
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Jane Frost 20 Jul 16
Inspired by this has appeared on FenlandandOuseWashedStoryQuilt @OuseFest
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Deborah Beale 14 Jul 16
UK's best bronze age site dig ends but analysis will continue for years
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Festival Bridge 19 Aug 17
We visited the exhibition at to learn about Bronze Age excavations! On until 10 Sep|
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Dave Webb Feb 4
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Dr Catherine Langdon 12 Jan 16
'Best-preserved' Bronze Age site found in Cambridgeshire - BBC News. Excited to be looking at chiros here
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Steve Ashby 12 Jan 17
Exiting stuff : preparing to sample food crusts from pottery from More at :
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Dan Hicks 19 Feb 16
's wooden wheel is great (800BC)—but earlier European examples include this—Kideris Mose, Denmark, c.2800BC
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Dave Webb Oct 28
Must Farm ceramics came in all shapes and sizes some smaller than others
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ArcPalQUB Jan 28
Really excellent talk about the incredible by Dr Rachel Ballantyne today in our research seminar series.
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Joe Flatman 24 Feb 16
wheel selfies! Just blown away by this amazing site
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Historic England 12 Jan 16
grabbed your attention? Get a sense of the scale of the site in this short video:
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Historic England 14 Jun 15
settlement destroyed by fire 3,000 years ago to be excavated
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Must Farm 25 Jan 16
Our newest site diary discusses how we are excavating the round houses
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Museum Crush 12 Jan 16
"Best-preserved dwellings ever found in Britain" discovered at
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New Geographies Jan 17
Wonderful to see the fruits of 's labour over the last year today. See this beautiful work alongside Bronze age artifacts from , a settlememt that only existed for about a year before being destroyed by fire.
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Sarah Ward 🎓🧜🏻⚓️‍💦 19 Jun 15
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Dan Snow 12 Jan 16
Replying to @HistoricEngland
we'll try and get trending!
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