12,000-year-old settlements found in England

Published on March 17th, 2017 | by admin


New roadway construction in Lincolnshire, England, has led to the discovery of settlements with history dating back to the Mesolithic.

Archeological excavations ahead of the construction of the Lincoln Eastern Bypass have revealed historically significant burial grounds, high-status Roman buildings and an armoury of fascinating tools and artefacts.

Past communities, settlements and landscapes have been discovered by a team of more than 60 archaeologists.

Part of a Bronze Age cemetery have been found along with an Iron Age to Roman pre-Christian settlement and burial ground between 1,800 and 2,800 years old.

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Story: Emily NOrton, The Lincolnite | Photo: The Lincolnite

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