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Archaeologists have unearthed historical buildings and artifacts from the Middle Iron Age to the Roman Empire at Tempsford, Bedfordshire, England.
Experts from the Archaeological Museum of London and the Archaeological Survey of Cambridge have been excavating the area during road works.
“The farm and artifacts we found near Tempsford are so exciting and important because they help shape our understanding of what Bedfordshire was like 6,000 years ago. We can see how the site evolved over different periods of time.” , Said Dr. Steve Sherlock, in charge of archeology.
First proof of solution Belonged to the Middle Iron Age (300 BC to 100 BC), two large circular houses dating to that period have been found.
After the Roman conquest in 43 AD, evidence was found that the settlement had expanded and continued to be occupied for about 400 years.
As the excavations continue in the project, experts will begin to study the artifacts in more detail, which will reveal more about the site and the people who lived there.
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