Sheltering Memory is a blog associated with cave and rock-shelter research the University of Central Lancashire is carrying out in various places in Britain. Currently we are excavating a group of related sites on the southern edge of the Forest of Bowland in Lancashire. While we are in the field then the blog will be updated as often as possible to give a developing account of what we are finding and what we think it means. At other times of the year we will post updates on all the post-excavation analysis, along with more general disscussion and/or rambling thoughts about anything related to caves and archaeology. Particular interests include how and why caves, rock-shelters and other natural places were used in prehistory.

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