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GLASTONBURY LAKE VILLAGE

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Lake Village occupied apparently in two phases of the Late Iron Age, concluding around 50 AD. Finds include log boats, wheeled vehicles, a currency bar, ploughs, pottery and a tin coin. There is evidence for Neolithic and Roman occupation or use. Possibly a crannog.

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