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What happened
to Skara Brae?

Archaelogical lab with carbon dating machine

Archaeologist David Clarke carried out another excavation in the 1970s and found out more about the environment of Skara Brae and the life of the people. David's team used radiocarbon dating and other techniques to help them find out more. Do you think we might find even more evidence in the future?

The coming of metal
The Bay of Skaill
The initial evacuation
Professor Childe
A lab
The village

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