Previously they've found a 4,000-year-old necklace
A pottery vessel - believed to be thousands of years old - has been discovered during an archaeological dig.
A team of 21 archaeologists made the finding at a Bronze Age site in Kirk Michael.
They're on the Island resuming excavations at the site where remains of a person and a 4000-year old necklace were previously uncovered.
The team will be on the site near mid July (July 15).
Dr Rachel Crellin, an associate professor of archaeology at the University of Leicester has been telling Chanelle Sukhoo more: