Quarrier reclaims Britain's Pompeii

A quarry that formed the site of a bronze age village dubbed 'Britain's Pompeii' is to return to quarry use.

by Jez Abbott
Household items including pots with charred remains of 3,000-year-old food. Picture: Cambridge Archaeological Unit/ Dave Webb
Household items including pots with charred remains of 3,000-year-old food. Picture: Cambridge Archaeological Unit/ Dave Webb

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