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Because there is good arable land at the site, archaeologists working at the dig (pictured) believe that Iron Age people would have traded cattle and grain for metals to create things like digging tools Dr Russell told Mail Online that the animal parts were carefully placed in storage pits between seven and 10 ft (two and three metres) deep that were usually used for storing grain and other important supplies beneath the entrance of houses.
Mike Russell, co-director of the Big Dig, told Mail Online that the animal parts (pictured) were carefully placed in storage pits between two and three metres deep that were usually used for storing grain and other important supplies beneath the entrance of houses Dr Russell explained that the people would have sacrificed valuable animals and butchered them, placing chunks of their bodies and limbs next to each other in the pits to create the hybrids ‘presumably as some kind of offering’.
It is being referred to as 'Duropolis', after the Durotriges tribe which existed in the Wessex region.
In its prime, it is thought to have contained 'hundreds' of inhabitants and would have been a major trading centre for southern Britain.
The best evidence is contained in the Earth’s incomplete and complex but accurate stratigraphic record — a record that has been the subject of nearly two centuries of study.