Major Neolithic ceremonial enclosure uncovered in Berkshire

A major 5,500 year old Neolithic ceremonial gathering place known as a causewayed enclosure has been partially uncovered within sight of Windsor Castle in...

Prehistoric community at Larkhill, Wiltshire may have been architects of Stonehenge...

The community that built the Neolithic causewayed enclosure at Larkhill which has been dated to between 3650 to 3750 BC, pre-dating Stonehenge by 600...

Understanding Zooarchaeology course review

Animal bones are a common sight when dealing with archaeological assemblages and archives, so when the opportunity to attend the University of Sheffield’s Understanding...

Lead on MacYAC

Young Archaeologists' Club and Home Front Legacy teams up for two workshops bringing together colleagues from community groups, heritage organisations, and those working with...

Chance to Discover Local Archaeology at New ‘YourDIG’ Exhibition in York

York Archaeological Trust, (YAT), the team behind the JORVIK Viking Centre, are launching a series of collaborative exhibitions showcasing a range of community-led initiatives with...

New film reveals challenges behind lifting and conserving a Roman mosaic

A new film produced by the University of Leicester showcases how archaeologists successfully lifted and conserved a Roman mosaic found in Leicester. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-FDnhKSt5I During the winter...

‘The Rise of the Machine’: the impact of digital tablet recording...

New in Internet Archaeology 47: This article considers the role of digital recording methods and visualisation tools in the primary recording of archaeology at...

Palaeolithic archaeology in Worcestershire : Internet Archaeology article

Worcestershire, like the majority of the West Midlands, is not considered a focal point for the study of Palaeolithic archaeological remains, with much of...

Wiltshire Project finds Roman Water Shrine

This was the fourth of five seasons of the Wiltshire Archaeology Field Group’s project at Mother Anthony’s Well near Devizes, led jointly by Phil...

SCHARP counts over 1000 coastal site surveys

The first chapter of SCHARP, generously funded and supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Historic Environment Scotland, the University of St Andrews and the...