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Bronze Age Skeletons Found in Dig


From an article published on the BBC News web site on 28th January 2005:
Archaeologists have unearthed a unique site in Kent which they claim contains the best preserved examples of Bronze Age skeletons.

The discovery was made in a six-month excavation of a plot of land in Ramsgate, which is due to be the site of a new housing development.

The location has not been revealed because of its national importance.

Archaeologist Darren Godden said the find would help explain what happened to human remains during the Bronze Age.
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Kammer Posted by Kammer
1st February 2005ce
Edited 17th February 2006ce

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