Recent Excavations In England Uncovered A Blacksmith’s Workshop From The Iron Age That Operated Around 2,700 Years Ago In The Countryside

The transition marked a significant cultural shift and advancement in technology, revolutionizing many aspects of life, like agriculture.

However, it is rare to find evidence of ironworking at archaeological sites, especially ones from the era’s early years.

Other Iron Age buildings were located at the site as well, including a cluster of roundhouses, a pantry, and a Roman villa that contained the remains of a small pet dog.

Within the vicinity of the site, there were also signs pointing to ceremonial activities that had taken place in the area, such as animal burials.

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