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2,000-year-old feast found on Orkney

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A treasure trove of Iron Age artefacts has been found at a site on Scotland's Orkney Islands that was once home to a tall monumental tower-like structure.

Archaeologists excavating the area found evidence of a 'great feast' that dates back back around 2,000 years, to the Middle-to-Late Iron Age.

Ancient bones, jewellery and crude metalworking tools were found at at the site, where sheep, otters, cows and horses were sacrificed for the clifftop banquet.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5506339/Scene-great-feast-uncovered-Orkney-dig.html#ixzz5A0HFx6Zd

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Eating otter-meat is now on my bucket list!

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