The first men who dug into Kent’s ‘Stonehenge’

More than 100 years after the first thorough archaeological ‘dig’ at Coldrum Longbarrow, a prehistoric tomb at Trottiscliffe, Kent, images from 17 glass plate negatives recording the excavations and the human bones they unearthed have been conserved and scanned by Kent Archaeological Society volunteers.

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Published on: 
15 Jul 2013