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Search for lost Jacobite army camp near Stirling

The first survey of a potential site for the Jacobite army camp shortly before the battle of Falkirk is planned for the weekend of...

Excavating Eboracum’s Common People

The current redevelopment of the former Newington Hotel by The Helmsely Group Limited provided York Archaeological Trust the opportunity to explore and study an...

Cotswold Archaeology publish the results of a Medieval Building excavation

In 2014 Cotswold Archaeology excavated a medieval building in Ottery St Mary, Devon, and the site is the subject of their first publication in...

Celebrating our Woodland Heritage

University of Bradford in collaboration with Pennine Prospects have announced the  call for papers for the Celebrating Our Woodland Heritage Conference.  They hope to...

15000 years of Archaeology on Aberdeen bypass

Artefacts and structures found during archaeological excavations on the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route/Balmedie to Tipperty (AWPR/B-T) project are shedding light on land use and...

Stirling Castle Midden and artefacts from Back Walk

Recently published research reveals a range of artefacts recovered from two sites on the edge of the medieval burgh and castle at Stirling, that...

Birmingham Archaeology Digital Archives online

Following the closure of Birmingham Archaeology (BUFAU), a project was initiated to identify and secure important born-digital archival material, and latterly to arrange transfer...

Post-excavation work on the Newark urns

Post-excavation work by Oxford Archaeology on the site at Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, for Urban and Civic plc has been ongoing after completion of Phase 1...

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...