The settlement, dating to 1200 to 800 BCE -- the end of the Bronze Age -- was destroyed by a dramatic fire and collapsed into the river, preserving the contents in situ and in an astonishing condition.
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As a result, archeologists are finding rare small cups, bowls and jars, even a cooking pot containing a wooden spoon and the remains of grainy porridge, which suggests the last meal in the house was abandoned as the owners fled the fire.
It looks like there's a lot to be discovered here. I can't wait to hear more about it.