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Ancient Britons made hundreds of thousands of dugout canoes, archaeologists now believe.
Detailed analysis of a key long-buried ancient river channel in Cambridgeshire suggests that canoes, made of tree trunks, were the personal transport ‘run-abouts’ of choice in prehistoric times.
Now archaeologists and conservators have launched the largest ever conservation program for prehistoric artefacts in an attempt to save eight of the remarkable craft for the nation.
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