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Hochelaga' dramatizes several centuries of Quebec history, through the frame of an archaeological dig initiated by contemporary university professor Antoine Morin after a sinkhole opens up under the college's football stadium.
A spokesperson for Coventry City Council said: "The archaeological dig on the site of the new water park is now complete, although an archaeologist will continue to work with us to oversee the drainage work.
But an archaeological dig has discovered the sacred site dates back more than 4,000 years to the late Neolithic period, making it Britain's oldest place of worship, used when the ancient Egyptians were building the Pyramids.
He added: "This is an opportunity for local people of all ages to experience a real archaeological dig and to unearth a piece of South Tyneside's past.
This is a chance for people of all ages to experience a real archaeological dig and unearth a piece of Tyneside historyNick Hodgson
Over at the University's Northop base, the Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust (CPAT) is undertaking an archaeological dig at Llys Edwin medieval moated enclosure.
Conditional phase 2: Preventive archaeological dig on the whole stratification in sector 3 (approximately 2700 m2)
The soil context is a significant part of any archaeological dig.
AN exciting archaeological dig to reveal a sunken footpath can now be planned thanks to lottery funding.
Summary: Sidon is set to have its own national museum on site a leading archaeological dig, with donors and developers ready to sign a contract for its construction Monday.
The skeleton was unearthed in what is believed to have been the choir of the Greyfriars church, the site of which was also uncovered during a three-week archaeological dig.
Originally a Benedictine nunnery which was founded in the 9th century by St Modwena and King Egbert, a near 200-strong team of local people, aged 12 to in their 80s, has spent the last six weeks carefully excavating land on the river side of the abbey as part of a community archaeological dig.

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