January 1988
Archaeology;Jan/Feb88, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p19
Reports on the efforts of British archaeologists to understand some assorted artifacts uncovered at the Brooks Excavation in Winchester. Discovery of a smallish, perfectly intact 1,000-year-old egg, nestled within a thick layer of straw in a Saxon rubbish pit, a well-preserved medieval leather boot, half of a leather carrying bag, a decorated book binding, and pile of household rubbish; Speculations made by the workers on the project.


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