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CAMBRIDGE – A new study published by the University of Cambridge has identified that Bronze Age Britons used a method of thread-making previously thought to only have existed in Egypt.

Splicing – a process by which fibres from nettle, lime trees and other plants were individually joined to form yarn – was thought to have been exclusive to pre-Dynastic Egyptian textiles, but a study of over 30 countries identified 3,800 year old spliced yarns in Cambridgeshire, England.

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