Take a look at the fascinating discoveries we are unearthing.

Ash palisade
Bronze cast sickle
spearhead
bronze sickle
Settlement debris
Textile
Bead
TimberUpright
ExcavationSection
PoppyheadCup
Socketed Axe
Bronze sword
Socketed axe2
Small fineware pot
Necklace
Stitched bark platter
Socketed axe 3
Spearhead
Textile
Ball of thread
Wooden trough
Wooden box fragments
Wattle panelling
Amber bead
Wheel
Foot and hoof prints
Fineware pot
Three pots
Large storage jar
Complete fineware bowl

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The Must Farm Timber Platform Project is an ongoing project being carried out by the Cambridge University Archaeological Unit with funding from Historic England and Forterra.

Dig Diaries

Bronze Age rapier found in river sediments linked to the causeway. The blue colouration is a result of alkaline-rich silts in the river causing a form of corrosion on the metal

The excavation of the Must Farm settlement was carried out between August 2015 and August 2016. Take a look at our diary entries documenting the excavation process. ...read more

Post-Ex Diaries

There is a lot of variation in the size of animal bone to examine for possible refits, from small bones and splinters to much larger leg bones.

We’ve been focusing hard on the process of refitting, which allows us not just to generate an inventory of artefacts, but also to refit activity at the site. read more

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