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Leading archaeology expert dies at 79

Leading archaeology expert dies at 79
trefwoorden: archeologist - Denis Coggins - dead
One of the region's leading experts on the ancient history of the area has died at the age of 79.
Denis Coggins carried out archaeological digs, mainly in the hills above Barnard Castle, County Durham, to uncover traces of the tools and homesteads of settlers as far back as the Bronze Age.
Mr Coggins, of Low Cragg Farm, Lartington, near Barnard Castle, was still a part-time lecturer and was due to start presenting his latest history course at Cotherstone soon, with Dr Ken Fairless.

Lees verder bij: This is the North East (9 september 2003)