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Archaeologists in Wittenham Clumps, Oxfordshire, have discovered the remains of an ancient British blacksmith’s workshop dating back to the Iron Age. The workshop, dating from 771 BCE to 515 BCE, has yielded over 10,000 artifacts, including an intact tuyere, a metal tube used to blow air into the furnace. The presence of complex ironworking tools and materials suggests that the workshop was operated by a master blacksmith. The discovery sheds light on the early development of ironworking in Britain and provides insight into the craftsmanship of the time. The findings were made during an archaeological survey conducted for the redevelopment of a visitor center.

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