Phases I and II - the Prehistoric and Romano-British Periods

 

The prehistoric and Romano-British populations of the area seem always to have made use of the rich resources of the former lake bed, which by c 6000BC was a seasonal wetland teeming with wildlife and food plants and well-supplied with raw materials such as willow and reeds.

 

Phase I - Mesolithic and Neolithic

 

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