Life in Bronze Age Britain

Amber bead and others found in situ at the 3,000 year old Roundhouses at Must Farm. Analysis shows these were made in the Mediterranean Basin and the Middle East, showing this communinty were trading abroad. Found in the roundhouses was the biggest collection of Bronze Age glass ever found in Britain. © Cambridge Archaeological Unit (CAU), photo Dave Webb Historic England URL [https://www.historicengland.org.uk/whats-new/news/bronze-age-domestic-life-revealed]
Amber bead and others found in situ at the 3,000 year old Roundhouses at Must Farm. Analysis shows these were made in the Mediterranean Basin and the Middle East, showing this communinty were trading abroad. Found in the roundhouses was the biggest collection of Bronze Age glass ever found in Britain. © Cambridge Archaeological Unit (CAU), photo Dave Webb
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[https://www.historicengland.org.uk/whats-new/news/bronze-age-domestic-life-revealed]

An array of household items, including whole pots. Some pots were found with the charred remains of 3,000 year old food still in them. © Cambridge Archaeological Unit (CAU), photo Dave Webb Historic England URL [https://www.historicengland.org.uk/whats-new/news/bronze-age-domestic-life-revealed]
An array of household items, including whole pots. Some pots were found with the charred remains of 3,000 year old food still in them. © Cambridge Archaeological Unit (CAU), photo Dave Webb
Historic England URL
[https://www.historicengland.org.uk/whats-new/news/bronze-age-domestic-life-revealed]
 Archaeologist holding an amber bead, found within the incredibly well preserved 3,000 year old roundhouses in the Fens. Within the roundhouses archaeologists found the largest collection of Bronze Age glass ever discovered in Britain. © Cambridge Archaeological Unit (CAU), photo Dave Webb Historic England URL [https://www.historicengland.org.uk/whats-new/news/bronze-age-domestic-life-revealed]

Archaeologist holding an amber bead, found within the incredibly well preserved 3,000 year old roundhouses in the Fens. Within the roundhouses archaeologists found the largest collection of Bronze Age glass ever discovered in Britain.
© Cambridge Archaeological Unit (CAU), photo Dave Webb
Historic England URL
[https://www.historicengland.org.uk/whats-new/news/bronze-age-domestic-life-revealed]
 

 

  • cover image: Close-up of finely woven textile made from plant fibres. The roundhouses contained Europe’s finest collection of fabrics and fibres. © Cambridge Archaeological Unit (CAU), photo Dave Webb 
  • All images are attachments to the article  Wild, local meat and fish; international accessories; the latest household goods and turf roofs: how we lived in Bronze Age Britain, originally published at Historic England
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