I'm Julie Clarke. I live and work on the Isle of Coll which is just of the west coast of Scotland, a 3 hour ferry journey from Oban. You'd be right if you thought living on a remote island posed certain challenges as there isn't the more reliable ...
Fragments of ancient bronze spearheads and swords were found by archaeologists on the Hebridean island of Coll in Scotland. The scientists believe the weapons can help unlock the secrets of early civilization on the island some 3,000 years ago.
ISLE OF COLL, SCOTLAND—An excavation on a Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) nature reserve has uncovered 3,000-year-old swords and spearheads made of bronze. The twelve pieces are thought to have come from at least seven ...
"It is recorded that bronze swords were found on Coll in the 19th century during drainage works, but their whereabouts today are unknown." The investigation was directed by the Treasure Trove Unit, National Museums Scotland and RSPB Scotland.
Archaeologists have excavated what are believed to be pieces from Bronze Age weapons some 3000-years-old from the nature reserve on the Isle of Coll. These pieces of broken swords and spearheads are believed to be from at least seven different ...
“It is recorded that bronze swords were found on Coll in the 19th century during drainage works, but their whereabouts today are unknown.” The archaeological investigation was directed by the Treasure Trove Unit, National Museums Scotland and the ...
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Sunday, 26 of March
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