Friday, June 01, 2007

Bronze Age finds at A38 bypass
Bronze Age pottery and tools have been unearthed by archaeologists working on the site of a new bypass in Cornwall.

AC Archaeologists are carrying out excavations before the main work starts on the A38 Dobwalls bypass.

Workers discovered flint tools and waste flakes. Fragments of pottery dating back 4,000 years were also found under a mound of stones.