| 9 July 2005
Neolithic finds in Cabridgeshire
Evidence of Stone Age life from more than 4,000 years ago has been uncovered in a dig in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire (England). Prehistoric finds near Walden House on George Street include Neolithic leaf-shaped arrowheads found in a ditch alongside pottery and animal bone. Archaeologists from Cambridgeshire County Council are analysing the finds. Further excavations will take place as part of the £30m town centre redevelopment project.
Source: BBC News (5 July 2005)
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