On Tweeting, Freelancing and the Axe Factor

by Ann Clarke @annclarkerocks Tweeting suits me. Write a short message, rip it off the notepad and throw it out there. And repeat. Some messages...

The Late Bronze Age−Middle Iron Age Mortuary Landscape at Cliffs End

Thanks to extensive radiocarbon and strontium/oxygen isotope analysis, a broad geographic and temporal range has been demonstrated. The location – overlooking Pegwell Bay −...

Heritage organisations to merge post BREXIT

In a short press release released today by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) we have learned that the 3 mainland UK...

Best Foot Forward – Carzield Roman Fort

The discoveries were made during a combination of Scottish Water and Scottish Power improvements to domestic services within the area of Carzield Roman Fort....

Bannockburn letter comes to light

A copy of an unknown Robert the Bruce letter from the build-up to the Battle of Bannockburn has been discovered. The letter, sent in 1310,...

Six Saxon skeletons from Amesbury

Six Saxon skeletons dating back over a thousand years and Bronze Age round barrows have been discovered in Amesbury. Mansell is building 14 affordable homes...

Castle Craig Fort – Excavations in Perthshire

The future of one of the most fascinating archaeological discoveries made in Perthshire for many years will be explored next month. Castle Craig Fort and...

Crowdhill Axe – Hampshire

This axe from Crowdhill near Eastleigh, Hampshire is 6000 years old (4000 BC), a time when the Neolithic (New Stone Age) developed from the Mesolithic...

Interview with Ceramic specialist Paul Blinkhorn

Paul Blinkhorn has been developing his expertise in Anglo-Saxon & Medieval pottery since 1983. After completing his Archaeology degree at Bradford, he spent two...

The search begins for archaeological evidence of the Battle of Lewes

A major archaeological search began on Tuesday to find evidence from the Battle of Lewes. The dig got under way in driving rain at Landport...