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Biodiversity project reveals Bronze Age spearhead — Cotswold Archaeology

Cotswold Archaeology: A near-pristine Bronze Age spearhead is among the artefacts we’ve uncovered during the creation of a new wildlife habitat at a site in South Cerney, Gloucestershire. The spearhead, which is over 3,000 years old, was discovered just below the soil surface, during excavations for Thames Water’s wetland project, which sits in an archaeologically…

Biodiversity project reveals Bronze Age spearhead — Cotswold Archaeology

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