Could you please help me identify what these teeth and bones are please? They were found in Wing, Buckinghamshire in a back garden with a natural spring in it. Whilst digging some footings, we hit a blue clay layer 4 feet down. In this clay, completely on there own were this assortment of bones and two apparent rocks, but nothing else. Mixed in towards the bottom was also a sandy layer. I'm very keen to find out what these bones may be, and whether there is any significance in the way they were found.
Many thanks in advance for your help!
I also apologise if this thread should be in fossils, but I thought this probably more apt.
These are a collection of various cattle bones, not all from the same type of animal. The circumstances of the find could suggest a glacial origin or anything up to modern. In photo 0546 along the botton left to right, wrist/ankle bone from cattle, toe bone from cattle, tooth (not sure of species), cattle tooth. Above this row are smaller wrist/ankle bone from cattle, deer toe bone (may be sheep), and deer leg bone (may be sheep).