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Important pottery finds at Kincardine

Archaeologists have uncovered what they believe is the broadest range of elaborately decorated prehistoric pottery ever found in Scotland, at the site for the new Kincardine Bridge. Other finds included ceremonial and working axes made with stone from the Ochil Hills.

The finds demonstrate just how far the River Forth has receded, as the "highly cultivated" site, which is three-quarters of a mile inland, was once on the waterfront.

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Rhiannon Posted by Rhiannon
20th June 2006ce

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