Invisible Diggers III

by Paul Everill The Invisible Diggers story began a little over 20 years ago, when I was working in developer-funded archaeology and felt, like many...

Stonehenge illuminated thank you to heritage workers

Eight people were chosen to appear on the uprights of Stonehenge to thank them for the  part they played in supporting arts and heritage...

1000 Ancient British Genomes

Whole-genome history and evolution in a thousand ancient people from Great Britain The revolution in human genome sequencing is producing unparalleled insights about human genome...

The Lam(b)mermuir Hills? Exploring the history of sheep farming in southern...

Gemma ScottMarch 2020. As schools closed, flights stopped, shops moved online and the UK went into that strange hibernation that was the...

St Albans Cathedral reconstruct 15th century Abbot’s Face

To launch Heritage Open Days 2020, St Albans Cathedral have revealed a face from the 1400’s which has been digitally reconstructed for all to...

Searching for Saxons

The Searching for Saxons in Lincolnshire project has been set up to rescue an Anglo-Saxon cemetery. The site was discovered by metal detectorists, who...

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...