Investigating Two Staffordshire Barrows

Staff from Wessex Archaeology’s Sheffield office recently investigated a pair of prehistoric bowl barrows within the Peak District National Park. This...

A piece of pipe history

Some of the most common types of artefacts from the last 400 years of history that archaeologists often find are fragments of...

THE SHARP END OF THE STICK. WORKED WOOD FROM A BURNT...

by Bruce Sutton (Rubicon Heritage Ltd) Main image: Pre-ex aerial view of Pollsharvoge 1, facing west. As part...

The archaeology of sea level change

Damian Goodburn; MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology) This year’s Festival of Archaeology theme is Climate and the Environment....

New Roman Leicester website launches

ULAS and the University of Leicester School of Archaeology and Ancient History announced the launch, of a new website romanleicester.com. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAvCRg3BsMQ&feature=youtu.be Walk through Leicester's Past Walk through...

Unearthing Our Past at Anglesey Abbey

A scaled-down investigation of the remains of the Medieval priory at the National Trust’s property in Cambridgeshire took place in April 2020.

RE‐IMAGINING NAVAN FORT

Discoveries from a new campaign of large‐scale multi‐method geophysical surveying, focused on Navan Fort and its environs are reported in the Oxford...

Leir of Leicester: The archaeology behind the legend

Recently, University of Leicester Archaeological Services (ULAS) had a couple of enquires about the link between King Leir and the Jewry Wall...

Richmond Penitentiary Cholera Cemetery Excavation, Grangegorman, Dublin.

This paper was originally prepared by Dawn Gooney for publication in ‘The Archaeologist’ (CIfA) Project BackgroundArchaeological monitoring of construction...

Reburying Richard III: 5 years on

The coffined remains of King Richard III leave the University in 2015. It seems like yesterday, but five years ago today (Sunday 15 March 2015)...