Professor Martin Bell and the intertidal archaeology project team have prepared a short report on the findings of the two-day dig at Peterstone, on the Wentlooge Levels, in April 2019.
The group uncovered a total of 195 finds, including prehistoric animal bones and teeth, red deer antlers and several pieces of worked wood. Some of the animal bones showed butchery marks made by flint blades and some had clearly been chewed by dogs. The most remarkable find was a tiny fragment of early Bronze Age Beaker pottery, dated to around 2300 - 1800 BC. Beaker pottery is extremely rare in Wales.
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