Sep. 17th, 2017

Doggerland

Sep. 17th, 2017 10:48 am
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https://www.thevintagenews.com/2017/09/02/britains-atlantis-the-lost-world-at-the-bottom-of-the-north-sea/

map DoggerlandMap showing hypothetical extent of Doggerland (c. 10,000 BC), which provided a land bridge between Great Britain and continental Europe Author Max Naylor CC BY-SA 3.0


map Doggerland2The red line marks Dogger Bank, which is most likely a moraine formed in the Pleistocene

To the pleasure of any modern-day mudlark, it has turned out that the shorelines of the Thames make for a remarkable archaeological site. In recent years, the mudlarks of London have reported finding all different kinds of memorabilia and historical items, from shards of Roman pottery to shoes made during the Tudor era.

The interest in the London mudlarks’ initiative has grown so much that a Facebook page dedicated to sharing found items from the Thames riverbed has hit nearly 30,000 followers. However, it is not only rivers that make for a great treasury of lost pieces of history. It is also sea beds; such is the case with the North Sea.Read more... )

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