Monday, April 23, 2012

Pre-historic remains to be x-rayed at Salisbury Hospital

Nationally important pre-historic remains unearthed on a Dartmoor burial site are to be x-rayed by Wiltshire Council conservation experts at Salisbury District Hospital tomorrow (Tuesday).

An excavation, co-ordinated by Dartmoor National Park Authority, discovered an important collection of Early Bronze Age remains in a burial site situated in Dartmoor National Park.

The discovery could prove to be one of the most important archaeological finds of the last 100 years.
Wiltshire Council’s Conservation Service has been brought in to cast its expert view on the finds.

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