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Archaeology Quiz number 6.
(The answers are given on page 212 of this issue)
- What is Solomon's Thumb and where is it to be found?
- Where in Southern England is there a Saxon church of wood still in use?
- Large numbers of Roman coins are found on archaeological sites in this country. Where were they struck?
- The world's oldest industry is possibly flint-knapping. When did it cease in this country?
- Where is the oldest man-made dwelling in Britain? (excluding stone circles). How old is it?
- What is the meaning of Pantile. Mezzanine. Capital. Studs. Wattle-and-daub. Jetty.