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Anglo-saxon artifacts uncovered at Polesworth Abbey

An archaeological dig at Poleworth Abbey in England has uncovered a collection of Anglo-Saxon treasures, some of which date back to 700 A.D. The oldest find has been a decorated Anglo-Saxon pin dating back to 700-900 AD and another of the most significant treasures unearthed is up to 1,000 “valuable” and

Stone Age flint tools and charcoal uncovered in England

10,000-year-old flint tools and charcoal from controlled fires have been found in Birmingham. Until now, the earliest known settlements in the city centre are medieval, dating back to the 12th century, less than 1,000 years ago. A time team from the University of Leicester carried out the dig and found the artefacts