Thursday, August 10, 2006

Time team bid to dig up secrets of Ice Age
SHEFFIELD University archaeologists are searching for clues about Ice Age artists who lived at Creswell Crags – the first major investigation at the site since the 1920s.
The team will work with experts from the British Museum at the site on the border of Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire and in the Church Hole cave for the next two weeks.
The dig is hoping to unearth major finds from prehistoric times when hyenas, Neanderthals and human hunter-gatherers lived at the site.