Oldest architectural remains yet believed found at Charles Towne Landing

Image by Flickr user susanaudrey A recreated structure at the historical site.

The oldest of Charleston's oldest European settlements just got its history a bit more cemented, or at least tabbied.

Archeologists working at the  Charles Towne Landing site are reporting finding an oyster-and-lime concrete floor (known as tabby) that dates to the 1690s being unearthed along with a number of other artifacts. 

The Post and Courier has the story; take a read of it here.

If you're excited, be sure to note the discussion about the site on Saturday, May 29.