News: Iron Age burials discovered in Holderness

Posted on 30/Nov/2017 Under News

Hull Daily Mail reports on Iron Age skeletons dating back 3,000 years that have been dug up in East Yorkshire. The remains were found, along with weapons and tools in Holderness, between Burstwick and Rimswell.

The excavations were conducted by Northern Archaeological Associates for Yorkshire Waterr, who report the finds in this press release.

Photo credit: Northern Archaeological Associates (NAA)