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(Smithsonian Magazine)   UK residents stuck at home spending time digging in their gardens are making some cool archaeological discoveries. Jimmy Hoffa still unavailable for comment   (smithsonianmag.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Archaeology, Ogham, England, finds liaison officer Peter Reavill, interesting finds, British Museum, Old Irish, Irish language  
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2020-07-23 3:50:08 PM  
This is so cool.

We used to find hand blown glass bottles on our place.  I would go wild if I found something really old like the stuff in the article.
 
2020-07-23 4:55:59 PM  
If you want to do some great digging, find out where the outhouse was on the property. Old timey families literally and figuratively threw their shiat in there.
 
2020-07-23 4:56:37 PM  
Back-Garden Archaeology | Revisiting A Roman Villa | Time Team (Roman Documentary) | Timeline
Youtube pB3wkSOdXnU
 
2020-07-23 5:26:33 PM  

CrustyHoor: [Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/pB3wkSOd​XnU]


I knew the "cunning plan" guy was gonna make an appearance.
 
2020-07-23 6:37:40 PM  
Way cool! Mahalo subby!
 
2020-07-24 6:18:21 AM  
Our allotment is like an archaeological dig, although all we find are parts of the car that crashed through the wall, parts of the wall the car crashed through, drink cans and plastic bags.
 
2020-07-24 6:48:14 AM  

hoodiowithtudio: If you want to do some great digging, find out where the outhouse was on the property. Old timey families literally and figuratively threw their shiat in there.


Yeah, like their cholera and their dildos.
 
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