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Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes Project reveals 90 standing stones beneath Durrington Walls

Durrington Walls is one of the largest known henge monuments measuring 500m in diameter and thought to have been built around 4,500 years ago....

Roman shoes and a giant’s grave at Top Road, Kempsford.

Archaeologists from TVAS have been excavating land along Top Road in Kempsford, Gloucestershire ahead of a housing development. Guided by the findings of evaluation...

Pits, Pots and Animal Burials

Excavations at Queen Mary’s Hospital Carshalton Excavations between 2008 and 2010 at Queen Mary’s Hospital Carshalton revealed a fascinating Iron Age and early Romano-British site...

Duns Law Beaker burial ground in Berwickshire

Human remains and seven earthen vessels dating back to the Bronze Age Beaker settlers were uncovered by Scottish Water at Duns Law. The find, estimated...
(Aerial image) ‘Old Oswestry was the focus of the nationwide #hugyourheritage campaign on Valentine’s Day.’ Photo: Jason Bingham

Post-election announcement on Old Oswestry hillfort housing expected

The speculation follows further delays to the expected publication of Inspector Claire Sherratt’s findings on SAMDEV, Shropshire Council’s development blueprint to 2026. The plan...

Geo-rectified photography Experiment at Bulford by Wessex Archaeology

A comparison between geo-rectified photography and photogrammetry to record human remains. In late 2015 Wessex Archaeology started the excavation of a large Anglo-Saxon cemetery at...

Database of British and Irish Hillforts Released

Dotted across the landscape of Britain and Ireland, hillforts have been part of our story for millennia. Launched June 2017, for the first time...

Jon Egging Trust at the Bulford Excavation

    After learning about the Bulford excavation during the Introduction to Archaeology Day at the Salisbury Office, the students on Jon Egging Trust’s Blue Skies...

News from Horizon Nuclear Power at Wylfa Newydd, Anglesey

For the past seven months Wessex Archaeology has been working with Horizon Nuclear Power at Wylfa Newydd, Anglesey in advance of the construction of...
Work in 1910, and re-excavation in 2014. Image: Cornwall Archaeological Unit

Uncovering St Piran’s Oratory, Cornwall

by James Gossip Cornwall Archaeological Unit The building is a medieval Christian chapel with associated cemetery which acquired fame in the 19th century when shifting sands...