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Cadzow   M74 Motorway works at Raith Interchange unearth coins and artefacts of ancient village.

A "lost" Scottish village has been found after the discovery of coins and artefacts possibly dating back 1,000 years were unearthed during motorway construction works. Archaeologists also found what is believed to be 14th century medieval pottery, gaming pieces and fragments of a clay smoking pipe on the site of the former village of Cadzow in South Lanarkshire. Construction workers made the initial discovery while expanding the M74 and called in  a team of Archaeologists to advise them on how to preserve the site.  The medieval village of Cadzow  was renamed Hamilton in the 15th century in honour of the local lord and the settlement moved south to the town's current location. the remains of two ancient stone structures were also found, which experts believe may have been a religious shrine 1.000 years ago.  While Cadzow was left to deteriorate over time Netherton Cross -- a major religious monument erected in the village in the 10th or 11th century remained and was relocated in 1925 to the grounds of Hamilton Paris Church to preserve it. The two structures unearthed lie next to a memorial stone marking the original position of the cross. Kevin Mooney, project director for Guard Archaeology, which oversaw the excavation, said, "It is believed one of the structures unearthed was literally on the position of the Netherton Cross. There is a possibility one or other of these buildings may have had some religious connection, although further analysis of the artefacts may shed some light on this.   "We are not sure of the age of these structures just yet, however the Netherton Cross dates from the 10th to the 11th century, so it is possible the surrounding buildings could date from the same period. we could be looking at a site and artefacts that are around 1,000 years old.  Nine medieval coins were found during the excavation. Mr. Mooney added "It is very unusual to find so many coins in one place. We think it's possible people thought it lucky to leave a coin at a religious shrine." The discovery was made on the verge of the M74 near junction 6 Hamilton, where the carriageway is being widened as part of a £500 million project.  Infrastructure Minister Keith Brown viewed the findings and said: "The discoveries on the M74 near Hamilton are truly remarkable."

Taken from the Herald 11 03 2016