Posted by: rosanneguille | June 22, 2011

Bronze age sites on Sark

This dig is in the field to the north of Sark’s mill.  I drew the team as they excavated the ditch.  The site is from 2000-1,800bc and from the Beaker period, the most famous site in Britain from this period is Stonehenge.  Fragments of Beaker pottery have been found and I drew the axe head which was made from flint and found at the Gaudinere site a few fields away.

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