The week in pictures

In Cambridgeshire, road workers stumbled across what archaeologists believe to be the earliest evidence of beer ever uncovered in Britain, identifying fermented residue dating back to 400BC.

Archaeologists overseeing the project, which has already unearthed several other historical finds of significance, found “tell-tale signs of the Iron Age brew” during work on improvements to the A14 between Cambridge and Huntingdon.

One Response to “The week in pictures”

  1. PETER says:

    “All round Babe”?? Is that all you could come up with to describe Tamsin Greig a fine comedy and also cerebral actress? A bit “News of the World” journalese don’t you think?

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