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Waterloo Uncovered

Waterloo Uncovered...  http://www.waterloouncovered.com/ Historians have relied on first hand accounts that are unreliable and biased; vision often obscured by smoke, mind confused by battle noise,...
Beever Mine at Yarnbury near Grassington, a major extraction and ore processing complex built around two large mine shafts. Many of the visible remains date to the 19th century, parts of the site were modified during the 20th century, when a small reprocessing plant occupied the centre of the site. Photo courtesy of the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority

Images bring lead mining story to life

The Yoredale offices of the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority (YDNPA) in Bainbridge are playing host to the exhibition – called ‘The Hills Afford...

Online Exhibition: Digital Dwelling at Skara Brae

Digital Dwelling at Skara Brae is a collaborative project bringing together three visualisation specialists, each with very diverse methods and mediums of working. The...

High-status Roman burial artefacts on display in Buckinghamshire

 The objects – an engraved gemstone, a metal jug handle, and a pottery (samian ware) vessel from France – represent just a selection of...

Brancaster Roman Fort – Time Team Report online

An evaluation consisting of five trenches, magnetometer survey and Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) survey sought to characterise both the chronology and character of the...
Excavation beneath the church. Image: CR Archaeology

13th century cist burial at Nefyn church, North Wales

In 1977 this church was converted for use as a museum, focusing on the maritime heritage of Nefyn and the surrounding area. Unfortunately the...
Stern of the vessel showing the portside bronze propeller. The rudder lies on the seabed. The starboard propeller was previously salvaged. (Image by Roving Eye Enterprises Ltd.)

ROV Survey of the HMS Hampshire wreck site – first images

HMS Hampshire sank on the 5th June 1916 when she struck a mine laid by German U-Boat U75. The wreck is located in approximately...

Derrywoone Castle Archaeological Excavation 2013

Derrywoone Castle Archaeological Excavation 2013 Volunteers Wanted The excavation: An excavation will take place at Derrywoone Castle, Barons Court, Newtownstewart, Co. Tyrone, between May 27th and...

New Evidence Shows Surge in Enthusiasm for Heritage in England

99.3% of people in England now live less than a mile from listed building or site Visits to the National Heritage List for England have...

Excavating WWI practice trenches in Cumbria

As part of a Heritage Lottery Fund community project, established by internationally-renowned, artist-led company Art Gene Associates, Bristol archaeologist Dr George Nash and former...