A Pelican Bowl from Anguilla's Shoal Bay East - Episode 11

Help yourself to a giant beakful of Caribbean history as we talk pelicans past and present with John Crock. As you will hear John has a voice that was made to be on the radio, but fortunately for us he would rather do archaeology on Anguilla, where he found this week’s object: a pelican bowl.

Is it coincidence it was found one of the most beautiful beaches on earth? Why does this round-bellied bowl have pelican iconography and what are some of the other important sites on this small, yet friendly and archaeologically important island? Listen to this fisherman’s tale right now!

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