Is Lismore Fields the earliest record of cereal cultivation ever found in Britain?
The cereal storage found in the remains at Lismore Fields in Buxton is one of the largest earlier Neolithic assemblages in England.
It is thought Lismore Fields is possibly the earliest record of cereal cultivation ever found in Britain.
Analysis of pollen found in some soil samples taken from Lismore Fields show that humans have been active on the site continuously since Mesolithic times. That's nearly 6000 years ago.
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