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Amateur archaeologists have unearthed what is believed to be a Saxon workshop in a dig in Somerset

Saxon workshop evidence found by amateur archaeologists in Somerset

Amateur archaeologists have unearthed what is believed to be a Saxon workshop in a dig in Somerset

The Bronze Age Hoard revealed during the excavation in the GUARD Finds Lab © GUARD Archaeology Ltd

The Bronze Age Hoard revealed during the excavation in the GUARD Finds Lab © GUARD Archaeology Ltd

Cave paintings at a UNESCO world heritage site in Chad have been defaced by unknown vandals, the central African nation's culture minister told AFP on Sunday. The cave paintings are located at Archei in the stunning landscape of the sandstone Ennedi Plateau in northeast Chad, which is near the border with Sudan.

Cave paintings at a UNESCO world heritage site in Chad have been defaced by unknown vandals, the central African nation's culture minister told AFP on Sunday. The cave paintings are located at Archei in the stunning landscape of the sandstone Ennedi Plateau in northeast Chad, which is near the border with Sudan.

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