Celebrating 10 years of Cotswold Archaeology at Andover

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Tim found this flint knife in the top of a tiny, urned, cremation. A series of removals at the base (left) may have facilitated hafting. More on the site – World War II radar station, RAF Sopley – is yours to read here: https://t.co/djO9eBcGFa #Prehistoric #Archaeology #Hampshire https://t.co/t9BgHtB0Zb
Tiny #Roman pot from an unurned cremation; presumably an accessory or offering to accompany the burial. It's similar to colour-coated finewares made in Britain and the continent, but is probably of #Wiltshire origin. Dates to the mid-2nd to earlier-3rd centuries AD. #Archaeology https://t.co/cZqNbs53bE
If you missed any of our ten #CAAndoverIs10 birthday celebration projects, or just want to catch them all in one place, you can now find them on their own dedicated webpage, here: https://t.co/dnnENy5DUm 🙌
#Andover #AndoverIs10 #HappyBirthdayYouGuys 🎉 #CASiteTeam #Archaeology https://t.co/yN9gp0CK4p


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