Must Farm 2010 - Paleochannel Investigations. Interim Statement.


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Knight, Mark 
Murrell, Kerry 
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Excavation of a 60m length of the Must Farm palaeochannel exposed a whole new set of preserved wooden structures and objects including felled trees, fish-traps and fish weirs. Situated to the west and upstream from the Must Farm platform site, the channel also produced a new collection of late Bronze Age metalwork finds including a bronze spear still attached to its haft, an unusual tin cone and a decorated 'pewter' strap-end. The quality of preservation and contextual detail continue to emphasise the extraordinary potential of this deeply buried prehistoric water course.

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