Sunday, July 18, 2010

Second figure found at Noltland dig

A Neolithic partner to the celebrated Orkney Venus has been discovered on the islands, it has emerged.
The Orkney Venus figurine was revealed in August last year and is the earliest carving of a human figure found in Scotland.

Historic Scotland said a second, headless figurine has been discovered by archaeologists at the Links of Noltland dig on Westray.

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