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- Archeologists discover 5,000-year-old pottery fragments in Scotland that hint at textile use
Archaeologists have found new evidence of ancient textiles making in Orkney, Scotland, dating back to the Neolithic period more than 5,000 years ago, offering new hints at how cloth was used.
Daily Mail. Tuesday, 2 Jun 2020.
- Rare evidence of 5,000-year-old fabric discovered in Orkney
Archaeologists found an impression of the woven textile on pottery
discovered in Orkney.
BBC News. Tuesday, 2 Jun 2020.
- Spread of early dairy farming across Western Europe
An international team of scientists analyzed the molecular remains of food left in pottery
used by the first farmers who settled along the Atlantic Coast of Europe from 7,000 to 6,000 years ago.
Science Daily. Monday, 27 Apr 2020.
- Traces of Millennia-Old Milk Help Date Pottery Fragments to Neolithic London
These dairy products are no longer edible, but they're still valuable to researchers
Smithsonian. Wednesday, 15 Apr 2020.
- Revolutionary new method for dating pottery sheds new light on prehistoric past
A team has developed a new method to date archaeological pottery
using fat residues remaining in the pot wall from cooking. ...
Science Daily. Wednesday, 8 Apr 2020.
- Military veteran who lost the use of his right arm finds his passion in pottery
Gary Fulton, 53, from Hayle, Cornwall, lost the use of his right arm after being knocked off a motorbike, but has learned to be a potter and says his disability makes every piece unique.
Daily Mail. Thursday, 5 Mar 2020.
- Construction Reveals Remnants of Roman Fort Below British Bus Station
Archaeologists found three defensive ditches, as well as coins, pottery
and imported tableware
Smithsonian. Friday, 27 Sep 2019.
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