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Sites in this group:

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Barleycroft Farm Alignments (Destroyed)
2 posts
Barnack Round Barrow(s) (Destroyed)
28 posts
Bartlow Hills Round Barrow(s)
14 posts
Belsar's Hill Hillfort
1 post
Charterhouse Plantation Barrow Cemetery Barrow / Cairn Cemetery
2 posts
Chippenham Barrow Cemetery Barrow / Cairn Cemetery
36 posts
Flag Fen Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork
9 posts
Goffer's Knoll Round Barrow(s)
1 post
Great Wilbraham Henge Henge
11 posts
Grinnel Hill Round Barrow(s)
3 posts
Haddenham Barrows Barrow / Cairn Cemetery
3 posts
Howe Hill Round Barrow(s)
1 post
Little Trees Hill Enclosure
1 post
Maxey Cursus Cursus
1 post
Maxey Henge Henge
4 posts
Monk's Holes Round Barrow(s) (Destroyed)
1 post
Moor Farm Barrow Round Barrow(s)
9 posts
Mutlow Hill Round Barrow(s)
1 post
Partridge Hall Long Barrow Long Barrow
1 post
Peakirk Moor Ringwork Enclosure
11 posts
Peterborough Stone Standing Stone / Menhir
1 post
Small Fen Barrow / Cairn Cemetery
13 posts
Stonea Camp Hillfort
29 posts
2 sites
Wandlebury Hillfort
Sites of disputed antiquity:
13 posts
Robin Hood and Little John Standing Stones


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'Most important' Ely Bronze Age gold torc on display

One of England's "most important Bronze Age finds" has gone on display for the first time near to where it was found.
drewbhoy Posted by drewbhoy
7th October 2017ce

Spectacular Bronze Age Torc Found In Cambridgeshire Field
drewbhoy Posted by drewbhoy
28th November 2016ce

UK's best bronze age site dig ends but analysis will continue for years

One winter some 3,000 years ago, a development of highly desirable houses was built on stilts over a tributary of the river Nene in Cambridgeshire, by people whose wealth and lifestyle would still have seemed enviable to medieval peasants. Then six months later it was all over... continues...
moss Posted by moss
15th July 2016ce

Bronze Age houses uncovered in Cambridgeshire 'best ever'

Archaeologists have uncovered what they believe to be the "best-preserved Bronze Age dwellings ever found in Britain".

ryaner Posted by ryaner
12th January 2016ce

Bronze Age Must Farm Site near Peteborough - Site Update

Nice update and article with some cracking photos of some of the finds
mascot Posted by mascot
5th April 2012ce

Peterborough's Bronze Age past has been revealed in dig

Hoards of Bronze Age weapons, pots still full of food and elaborate textiles have all been uncovered at an archaeological dig near Peterborough.

The unusually well-preserved finds are due to a fierce fire in 500BC, which caused the artefacts to sink rapidly into the peaty fen waters... continues...
moss Posted by moss
12th November 2010ce

Cambridgeshire Quarry throws up 4,500-year-old find

A remarkable piece of Neolithic rock art, unlike anything previously found in Eastern England, has been unearthed in the Cambridgeshire village of Over... continues...
goffik Posted by goffik
16th July 2010ce

Time Team's big finds

Thousands of years of history were uncovered when excavations started in a village near Stamford last week.

Archaeologists spent three days carving trenches out of the landscape to uncover artefacts which dated the site at Northborough to 6,000 years ago ... continues...
Posted by BrigantesNation
19th September 2004ce
Edited 17th February 2006ce

Neolithic remains found at bypass site

Vital clues into how ancient Britons lived thousands of years ago have been unearthed on a bypass site. Among the items uncovered along the A142 between Newmarket and Fordham (Cambridgeshire, England) include skeletons from the Bronze Age and Iron Age, along with a body from Roman times... continues...
Kozmik_Ken Posted by Kozmik_Ken
14th June 2004ce
Edited 15th February 2006ce

Cambridgeshire: Site reveals 6,000-year-old relics

Published on 27 March 2004
RELICS dating back 6,000 years to the Neolithic age are being uncovered by archaeologists working on the site of the Fordham bypass... continues...
Jane Posted by Jane
27th March 2004ce
Edited 15th February 2006ce

Archaeology of the Lower Ouse Valley

Quarry sites begin to give up secrets - Cat Bell, The Hunts Post

A major awareness campaign, aimed at highlighting the vast wealth of archaeology found in quarry workings in the Lower Ouse Valley is launched this week... continues...
Rhiannon Posted by Rhiannon
2nd March 2004ce
Edited 15th February 2006ce

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Flag Fen (Ancient Village / Settlement / Misc. Earthwork) — Images (click to view fullsize)

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21st April 2018ce

Bartlow Hills (Round Barrow(s)) — Images

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11th April 2018ce

Stonea Camp (Hillfort) — Images

<b>Stonea Camp</b>Posted by juamei juamei Posted by juamei
25th March 2018ce

Belsar's Hill (Hillfort) — Images

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25th March 2018ce

Wandlebury (Hillfort) — Images

<b>Wandlebury</b>Posted by Martin Posted by Martin
24th August 2017ce
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