(DAILYMAIL) — The remains of what is beleived to be the earliest stringed instrument in western Europe have been uncovered in Scotland.
A small burnt and broken piece of carved wood was found during an excavation in a cave on Skye.
Archaeologists think it is part of the bridge of a lyre, a stringed instrument used in Greek classical era. It is believed to be 2,300 years old.
Advertisement - story continues below