Bouldnor Cliff - Mesolithic timber 004AYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
One of three vertically aligned timbers recovered from site BC V in June 2018, part of the in situ feature shown here.
The submerged Mesolithic landscape at Bouldnor Cliff lies on the edge of the drowned palaeo-valley and is now 11m underwater, 1km east of Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight. It stretches for a further kilometre west to east and contains five known loci containing archaeological evidence. It lies within the Solent Maritime Special Area of Conservation and is in the Yarmouth to Cowes candidate Marine Conservation Zone.
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