> From: [log in to unmask] site we are currently having a look at (round house) has the archaeology directly below the plough soil. Surface finds show it is constantly being eaten into. Are there any facts and figures that show how long it will be before it is completely ploughed away?'> a) How do you know it is definitely a round house if you haven't excavated it? b) How do you really know that the archaeology is directly below the plough soil if you have not carried out any excavation? c) If you ascertain the above two points by excavation it won't actually be the plough that eventually destroys the site.
The next generation of MSN Hotmail has arrived - Windows Live Hotmail