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We will resume our recruitment of volunteers who would like to become involved in the very interesting Phase 1. (Stage 5.) Site Clearance Excavation - no experience of cave archaeological / palaeontological excavation will be necessary but patience, enthusiasm, having a keen eye for detail and being keen-to-learn are pre-requisites for those thinking of applying. (Stage 2.) Exhumation Excavation is progressing the site downwards from its present ground-level across an area of about 100 m².The debris to be removed is unconsolidated to very loose sandy soil, gravel, aggregate and waste building materials and other industrial refuse, all of which has accumulated since 1887.Although alluded to in many scientific papers, these discoveries were never documented, the bones having been discarded by the finders as being of no relevance and in the context of the time and as contradicting the Biblical Account of Human origins!However, 70 years later, the well-documented discoveries at the Cattedown Bone Caves revealed the spectacular presence of the ancient fossil record of "anatomically-modern-humans" together with a rich Interglacial to Glacial Fauna, in addition to that relating to associated palaeo-environmental conditions. introduces in detail various aspects of the Cattedown area and its "development" through time. sources material for further reading and research, whilst Section 20.You can visit the Plymouth City Museum's Website by clicking on the Link below Unfortunately, the structure of their Website seems to have greatly deteriorated in the recent past.
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