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ENGLAND-AH KUM 3000-A UPA KHAW HLUI LAI CHHUAK

ENGLAND-AH KUM 3000-A UPA KHAW HLUI LAI CHHUAK

British archaeologist te chuan kum 3000 lai liam taa khaw hlui ram tawh, Cambridgeshire Fens-ah an laichhuak a, an la te, an fei te leh an hlum bel siamte chu a lo changkang tawh hle a ni.

An archaeological dig in the Cambridgeshire Fens in England has discovered a prehistoric settlement from the Bronze Age some 3000 years ago. The site is called Must Farm.
An archaeological dig in the Cambridgeshire Fens in England has discovered a prehistoric settlement from the Bronze Age some 3000 years ago. The site is called Must Farm.

Hetih hun lai hian Mizote hi khawiah nge kan lo khawsak ang a, eng ang taka fing nge kan lo ni ve tawh ang le?

Cambridge Archaeological Unit-a site manager Mark Knight chuan an thil laihchhuah chu, “Thil mak awmkhawmna a ni hrim a, kum 3000 lai kal ta, Bronze Age hun laia mi kha a niin a mak kan tiin kan lawm hle a ni, a ti.

Sakhuana lama baptima kan channa Jordan lui ralah chuan Lal Solomona te lal lai (970 – 931 BC) hun vel kha a nih hmel a, Mizote chu Mizo pawh kan la ni lo va,  zăwng leh mihring inkara mi kan la ni mai thei a ni.

In the last 10 months, the excavation has yielded pottery, textiles, metal work and ancient timbers -- like the exposed charred timbers seen among archeologists working in the central area of the site.
In the last 10 months, the excavation has yielded pottery, textiles, metal work and ancient timbers — like the exposed charred timbers seen among archeologists working in the central area of the site.
A Wilburton-type sword is seen with rivets and fragments of lead pommel
A Wilburton-type sword is seen with rivets and fragments of lead pommel
Weft twining, made from flax, is a material rarely found in such good condition from the period. It's considered a finding of international importance.
Weft twining, made from flax, is a material rarely found in such good condition from the period. It’s considered a finding of international importance.
An artist's impression illustrates the layout of the original settlement.
An artist’s impression illustrates the layout of the original settlement.
A preserved Bronze-age sickle placed in protective material.
A preserved Bronze-age sickle placed in protective material.
The weaving process has been incredibly preserved, as can be seen with this bobbin
The weaving process has been incredibly preserved, as can be seen with this bobbin
This bronze spear head was discovered with part of its shaft intact
This bronze spear head was discovered with part of its shaft intact
The consistent design of these small clay pots suggests they were made by the same potter
The consistent design of these small clay pots suggests they were made by the same potter
This deer antler is still attached to part of the skull, indicating that it wasn't shed naturally.
This deer antler is still attached to part of the skull, indicating that it wasn’t shed naturally.

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