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...

Greenlane Archaeology Bookshop News

Greenlane Archaeology was established in Ulverston, Cumbria in late 2005 and moved into it's current office on Lower Brook Street five...

Krafse for Kristmas?

The Krafse is a versatile digging tool which has developed a loyal following amongst archaeologists in Scandinavian countries...

MOLA archaeologists to strike over pay

Prospect members at Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA) are to strike on 11 December in the first of a series of one-day strikes in...

Writing of Roman Britain now online

Main Image: Party invitation from Claudia Severa to Sulpicia Lepidina at Vindolanda. © The Vindolanda Trust On this day...

Mesolithic artefacts uncovered on A9 Berriedale road scheme in Scotland

Image: Archaeologist Mary Peteranna and Transport Secretary Michael Matheson ...

Bronze Age elites used burial monuments to stake claims on the...

MOLA have published a new book revealing how local populations may have used burial monuments to stake their claim on the...

A Bronze Age Cremation Cemetery and Other Discoveries on the A477...

Linear schemes such as road construction can transect large areas of land and so provide exciting opportunities for archaeological discoveries, and in this respect...

Viking Artefacts unearthed in Ukraine by Nottingham University archaeologists

William Pidzamecky from the University of Nottingham's Centre for the Study of the Viking Age is a Canadian PhD student whose ancestors...

Archaeologists explore fate of Waterloo wounded.

A team of military veterans and serving personnel, led by professional archaeologists, are about to begin excavating at the site of Wellington’s Field Hospital...