Excavating, jacketing and lifting sub-fossil specimens from an early Pleistocene site for the Ancient Human Occupation of Britain Project
In September and October 2004, a small team spent five weeks excavating a new and important Forest Bed site
discovered recently in East Anglia. The specimens unearthed represent an unprecedented glimpse into a warm
stage about 700,000 years ago that was hitherto unrecognised and not represented in the fossil record.
Many thanks to Phil Rye for the photographs used on this page.
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