Archaeologists believe that ancient artifacts uncovered at a Cambridge village college are evidence from a 5,000-year-old settlement.
Pits containing neolithic remains of arrowheads, pottery and knives have been found at a site next to the Linton Village College south of Cambridge.
Digs took place ahead of construction of a new special school on the site.
Cambs county council archaeologists believed there had been a settlement at the school after previous surveys.
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