Topic ID #38527 - posted 7/23/2017 7:18 PM

Hundreds of undiscovered caves still remain below Nottingham's streets



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They are the objects deemed to have shaped Scotland’s history, ranging from a medieval football to Antarctic goggles and a dancing fiddle. The list of 25 items compiled by an expert panel for the 2017 Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology and covering over 5,000 years of Scottish history are to be published in an ebook by tourism experts.

Read more at: http://www.scotsman.com/heritage/5-000-years-of-scottish-history-summed-up-in-25-objects-1-4508701
They are the objects deemed to have shaped Scotland’s history, ranging from a medieval football to Antarctic goggles and a dancing fiddle. The list of 25 items compiled by an expert panel for the 2017 Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology and covering over 5,000 years of Scottish history are to be published in an ebook by tourism experts.

Read more at: http://www.scotsman.com/heritage/5-000-years-of-scottish-history-summed-up-in-25-objects-1-4508701
Caves that have been discovered below buildings in Nottingham have revealed their Victorian inhabitants used them to brew beer and grow mushrooms.

Archaeologist Scott Lomax, who is researching the city's underground dwellings, said the man-made caves were a window into the lives of wealthy Victorians.

Mr Lomax, an archaeological adviser for Nottingham City Council, believes there may be "hundreds" more yet to be discovered below the city's streets.

They are the objects deemed to have shaped Scotland’s history, ranging from a medieval football to Antarctic goggles and a dancing fiddle. The list of 25 items compiled by an expert panel for the 2017 Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology and covering over 5,000 years of Scottish history are to be published in an ebook by tourism experts.

Read more at: http://www.scotsman.com/heritage/5-000-years-of-scottish-history-summed-up-in-25-objects-1-4508701






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