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  • Rights: New Zealand Historic Places Trust Published 9 September 2008 Size: 3.4 MB Referencing Hub media

    A cut-away section of a midden showing shell layers. This archaeological excavation shows the layers of shells, ash and bones that typically make up a midden. This midden had been covered by a layer of soil after it had ceased to be used as a rubbish dump.

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