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New Bronze Age site finds at Mold Cape site

An archaeological dig on the site where a priceless Bronze Age gold cape was found has unearthed new finds.

It had been thought nothing was left at the site at Mold, Flintshire after it was last excavated in 1953.

But a community dig led by archaeologists has now turned up tiny burned fragments of bone and small pieces of pottery.

Mark Lodwick, the finds co-ordinator for Wales for the Portable Antiquities Scheme and Alice Forward, a community archaeologist, explain more about the dig.

  • 21 Sep 2013
  • From the section Wales