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24 April 2005
4,000-year-old arrowhead found in Cambridgeshire

An arrowhead thought to be 4,000 years old has been unearthed in Huntingdon (Cambridgeshire, England) The find has been unearthed on the excavation site at the rear of Walden House in George Street. A flint, leaf shaped arrowhead from 2000 BCE has been discovered by the archaeological field unit of Cambridgeshire County Council in a ditch along with new stone age and pre-historic fragments of pottery.
     The archaeologists at Walden House have over the past two months uncovered relics from the Bronze Age to the 19th century. They are working in conjunction with developers Clegg's working on Huntingdon's 30 million redevelopment scheme. Council. The dig will end in two weeks and the archaeologists are hoping the weather will hold out so that they can continue their excavation work.

Source: The Hunts Post (22 April 2005)

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