Yet more historical artefacts, including animal bones, have been discovered in a Bronze Age quarry near Whittlesey.
A small, delicate wooden box and pot found in a roundhouse are just the latest discoveries made be archaeologists on the site.
The roundhouses being looked into are 3,000 years old and built on stilts, but were destroyed by a fire and collapsed into a river.
The fish and animal bones uncovered inside are thought by archaeologists to potentially have been the kitchen waste of the time.
A £1.1 million project to excavate the site was funded by government heritage agency Historic England, and quarry-owners Forterra.