During 1500BC the area of Lincolnshire, soon to become a nature preserve, was flooded by the sea. During the Iron Age the area dried out and was commanded during the Roman period, where herding of cattle and production of salt took precedence.
"Archaeologists from the Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire got the chance to re-visit an area of rich roman history to scour the land for artifacts and treasures from the Roman period before the area was to be turned in to a nature reserve. Tom Hughes went along to join the team and see what they found."
Video is copyright Taken from Lincolnshire Living on Channel 7 (Virgin Media 879/ (www.channel7tv.co.uk)
Even before I began my education in anthropology and archaeology, I had read several books on theory and method, as well as researched diver...
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