Archaeologists find cremation urn from at least 3,000 years ago at Lincoln bypass dig

Archaeologists from Network Archaeology Ltd have teamed up with Lincolnshire Live to reveal more about the incredible artifacts from a dig along part of the route of Lincoln's Eastern Bypass.
Here, Dr Richard Moore and director Christopher Taylor continue their Find of the Week series, and this week they share the amazing find of a cremation urn that's thought to be at least 3,000 years old...
For our latest Find of the Week, we are back at the Greetwell site, on the north side of the River Witham.
There are at least four early Bronze Age round barrows on this side of the river, to add to... read more

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