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Research project: Swan Valley Community School project - Dormant - Dormant

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Construction of a new school at Swanscombe led to the discovery and investigation of river gravels c. 400,000 years old

Construction of a new school at Swanscombe led to the discovery and investigation of river gravels c. 400,000 years old, equivalent to those that produced the Swanscombe Skull, rich in lithic artefacts, and containing faunal remains including the tusk of an extinct form of elephant.

 

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