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Collapsible fire pit for campers could be slipped into an envelope

Gizmag - Fri 14 Jun 19

There's nothing like settling into camp to enjoy a fire built with bits and pieces scattered around the site, but no matter how tidy you are they will always leave some sort of mark on ...

Bronze Age British settlement burned down a year after being built

Newscientist - Wed 12 Jun 19

The burned remains of a late Bronze age settlement in England capture a slice of Bronze Age life, but the settlement had only just been built before its demise

The short life of Must Farm - Wed 12 Jun 19

Must Farm, an extraordinarily well-preserved Late Bronze Age settlement in Cambridgeshire, in the East of England, drew attention in national and international media in 2016 as 'Britain's Pompeii' ...

The short life of Must Farm, Eurekalert - Wed 12 Jun 19

Arizona suffering from several large wildfires - Tue 11 Jun 19

There are several wildfires burning in Arizona as the wildfire season in the West begins in earnest. This natural-color satellite image was collected by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer ...

A ‘Catastrophic’ Fire Destroyed This Incredible Bronze Age Settlement a Year After It Was Built

Gizmodo - Wed 12 Jun 19

A remarkably well-preserved Bronze Age settlement dubbed the ‘British Pompeii’ was destroyed by fire around a year after it was constructed, according to new research. It’s one of many ...

Bronze Age farm dubbed the 'Pompeii of the Fens' only operated for a YEAR before burning in a fire

Daily Mail - Wed 12 Jun 19

The Must Farm site in Cambridgeshire drew worldwide attention in 2016 when it was hailed as the 'Pompeii of the Fens' - and now experts have come up with a timeline for its destruction.

The short life of Must Farm: The final decades of the Bronze Age in Britain

ScienceDaily - Wed 12 Jun 19

An extraordinarily well-preserved Late Bronze Age settlement in Cambridgeshire provides exceptional opportunity to investigate the everyday lives of people in the final decades of the Bronze ...