Ingleborough Archaeology Freebooters
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Yet another mystery on the slopes of Ingleborough. Can you help? Click here for more details
The answers (if any,) will be published here
CONDITIONS APPLYING TO USE OF INFORMATION ON THIS WEBSITE
It has come to our attention that research information unique to this website and its associated publications, has been used by others who have not referenced their source of the information. We do not copyright our research but we do expect to be given the credit for the information, as some of this has been acquired at considerable expense to ourselves. It is also requested by Scottish Universities Environmental Research Council that Radio Carbon Dating code numbers should be quoted in any reports within the scientific literature. All this is simply good archaeological practice.
Anybody found using the information unique to this website and its associated publications without giving due credit will have their names, and where they used the information, published here.
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The mysterious carved face is from a 19th Century root about in a cave.