Digging into the Bronze Age

Internationally important discoveries are being made at Hanson's Must Farm as part of a planning condition to extend the clay quarry. David Gibson reveals how the finds are changing the way Fenland archeology is viewed.

Log boats found at the site are so well preserved that the wood grain and colour can be seen (credit: Cambridge Archaeology Unit)
Log boats found at the site are so well preserved that the wood grain and colour can be seen (credit: Cambridge Archaeology Unit)

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