26 March 2013
Monday 25th March 2013
The grounds of Peter Symonds' College in Winchester have been dug up over the last two weekends.
The field off Bereweeke Road would have been outside the main settlement in Roman, Anglo-Saxon and the medieval period.
Stephen Jarvis, science technician at the sixth form college, said: “We have found a few different finds, including some Bronze Age flints about 4,000 years old and some clay pipes from the 17th century.”
Acknowledgement: The above is part of an article I extracted from the ‘On-line’ version of the Hampshire Chronicle today … Thank you Hampshire Chronicle !
A few more old fossils to add to those of us already on here maybe ?
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