New PCA Blog : Cat Mummification in Britain

Pre Construct Archaeology Ltd is kicking off #Friday13th with the launch of a new blog! And what better way to get things started on...

Back to Barrow Clump with Breaking Ground Heritage / Operation Nightingale

After a gap of three years Wessex returned once more to Barrow Clump, again with the support of Defence Infrastructure Organisation, but this time...

Public open day at Bradgate Park, Leicestershire

Bradgate Park is located c.4km north-west of the City of Leicester and covers an area of approximately 830 acres, through which the River Lin...
The Bronze Age features under excavation at Lovelodge Farm, Carmarthenshire (Taken by AeroPerspective for Rubicon Heritage & AB Heritage)

The Process of Discovery: Preparing Llandeilo’s Bronze Age Cremations for Analysis

The majority of the features excavated at Lovelodge Farm are likely to date to the Bronze Age (c. 2000- 700 BC). A Bronze Age...

Hidden Guildhall: what will you discover about York’s past?

Work for this project will focus on the site of the Hutments building, on the northern side of the Guildhall, which is located on...

New research identifying medieval use of birch bark tar

20th January 2020: The first confirmed use of birch bark tar from the early medieval period in the UK has been identified from a site...

DANDALEITH PICTISH STONE

A Class I Pictish symbol stone was found in May 2013 during ploughing operations. The stone, a solid pink granite boulder, measures 0.5 x...
View looking up Lugar Street towards Old Cumnock Old Church in the early 1900s; the Tupp Inn is the building on the left (numbered 33 and 32)

Raising the Bar – inspired archaeology in the PUBlic domain

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=04As8uatC8g Raising the Bar was a heritage and arts project investigating the local heritage of Cumnock in East Ayrshire - in particular the site of...
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Sherborne old Castle Publication

  More correctly described as a fortified palace, Sherborne was built by Bishop Roger of Salisbury in the 12th century, and during the medieval period...
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Restoration of Two Medieval Churches in the Hebrides

Archaeologists were present during specific stages of the conservation work where there was potential for archaeological material to be disturbed. At Eaglais na h-Aoidhe...