Stone Age campsite containing a 7,000 year-old charred hazelnut found

Evidence for a Stone Age campsite — including flint tools and the charred remains of a 7,000-year-old hazelnut shell have been found in the New Forest. Archaeologists and volunteers from the National Park Authority and the University of Bournemouth carried out the excavations at the Beaulieu Estate in Hampshire. Destructive radiocarbon dating of the shell placed it and […]

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