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Artefacts of medieval life found
Archaeologists have unearthed evidence of life and society up to 800 years ago in Cambridgeshire.

The excavations at a site on George Street in Huntingdon revealed pottery, animal remains and brick lined pits, which were used for tanning leather.

The bulk of the artefacts are believed to date from the 12th to 14th centuries with some as recent as the 19th century.

Finds from the site are on display in the Cromwell Museum until April.




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