Try your hand (read: keyboard) at identifying an artefact found in the Grand-Pré region. Post your guesses below, and the correct answer and the name of the first correct guesser will be posted each week. (Note: competition not open to those on the crew!)
Ready to try? We’re starting off very easy this week.
WHAT IS THE MYSTERY ARTEFACT SEEN IN THE PICTURE BELOW?
ANSWER: Congrats to Dar Horn who correctly identified this as a base sherd. The ceramic type is Staffordshire slipware.
The artefact is sitting on a standard-size upside-down metal bucket.
Make your guesses in the comments below. Please include your name and geographic location in your post, so that we can post your name and city, if you guess correctly. The most specific and correct response is the winner.
Good luck, armchair archaeologists!