Cotswold Archaeology report on Roman site in Worcestershire

Cotswold Archaeology has just completed excavations ahead of residential development at Oak Lane, Bredon, on behalf of Newland Homes. They began monitoring the development...

Newcastle upon Tyne pottery works excavated by PCA North

Pre-construct Archaeology North have just finished an excavation at the site of an 18th- to 19th-century pottery works situated in the Forth Banks area...

Recreating Prehistoric Avalon

The prehistoric landscape of the Avalon Marshes in central Somerset has been brought to life in a series of three stunning 3D films created...
Old and New: The Roman dates are shown here without their stems.Old and New: The Roman dates are shown here without their stems.

Remarkable food remains from Roman Colchester

In 2014, the Colchester Archaeological Trust (CAT) conducted an excavation within the Williams & Griffin store in the High Street at Colchester. This was...

Exploring the Legend of Banquo with AOC Archaeology

Banquo’s Walk has been named after the semi-historical figure Banquo, Thane of Lochaber. He features most notably in Shakespeare’s Macbeth, in which the witches...

A year at Sherford

We have been working on and off at Sherford since early 2015, but this year has been a little different. A team from Wessex...

The islands that roofed the world : Belnahua’s Abandoned Slate Quarries

Wessex Archaeology is featured in the latest edition of Historic Scotland magazine during a survey of the now uninhabited island of Belnahua in the...

Marine Protocol Finds now on GIS online

Archaeological finds reported through marine industry protocols are now available online here. The Crown Estate has made data generated from the Marine Aggregates Industry and...

3000 Years at Ridgeway Farm, Warwickshire

INTRODUCTION Bovis Homes are currently building new homes on land at Ridgeway Farm, Hillmorton. Ridgeway Farm dates from the 18th century but the archaeological excavations...

Spitfire excavation DVD now available

In 2015, Oxford Archaeology East excavated the remains of a Mark 1 Spitfire X4593 that crashed in the Cambridgeshire Fens in November 1940. The project...