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Lincolnshire trackway

13 August 2015

At http://archaeologynewsnetwork.blogspot.co.uk/2015/08/bronze-age-trackway… …. and the beach in question was near Cleethorpes, a seaside resort (highly popular before the package holidays to Spain and Portugal).

A wooden trackway built in order to cross boggy ground has been dated to the Early Bronze Age (which covers a multitude of sins). It was preserved in peat. More information will emerge later.

Over at http://news.discovery.com/history/doomed-mayan-king-honored-in-1600-year… … which was excavated out of the ruins of El Achiotal, which was occupied between 400BC (one low growth event) and around AD550 (just after another low growth tree ring event).

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