Cotswold dig reveals life in the 13th and 14th centuries

An archaeological team from Cotswold Archaeology is leading a dig at Cowl Lane in Winchcombe, England, revealing "more than 40 rubbish pits containing medieval pottery, animal bone and metalworking evidence."

"Analysis of the artefacts recovered from the site will allow us to build a real picture of life for the inhabitants of Winchcombe in the 13th and 14th centuries," said Hannah Smalley of CgMs archaeological consultants.