Long-lost Bronze Age landscape on Ramsey Island featuring forts, burial grounds and the site of a 4,500-year-old chapel is found using lasers



A hidden Bronze Age landscape, thought to be 4,500 years old, has been discovered on a remote island off the coast of Wales.
Researchers used lasers to create a 3D model of Ramsey Island which revealed burial grounds, a prehistoric coastal fort and the possible site of a lost chapel.
The island - about a mile off the coast of St David's Head in Pembrokeshire - will now be studied by experts to understand how humans once used the area.
The Lidar scans were part of the EU-funded CHERISH Project to investigate the effects of climate change, and was commissioned by the Royal Commission on the... read more

 
2 April 2018 in Science &Technology, Views: 66
Source: Daily Mail
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