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Archaeologists need new home for six tonnes of Northamptonshire artefacts
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Isn't there a historical precedent for 'landfilling' with unwanted artefacts. I'm sure I read somewhere that Wheeler's excavations at Maiden Castle were backfilled with material that a local museum wanted to get rid of, and that when the 1980s excavations started they began to unearth moth-eaten exotica such as Bengal tigers etc.
D. Vader
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Vader Maull & Palpatine
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