Roman and medieval discoveries: Waterside, Leicester

A major excavation in north-west Leicester continues at the Waterside project. In advance of redevelopment, a series of archaeological investigations have revealed fresh discoveries...

An unusual lamp from a recently discovered villa at Stoke Gifford,...

A recent website story described the recent discovery of a Roman villa and associated features at Stoke Gifford, South Gloucestershire. The most intriguing artefact...

A cut too far

Down the road in Birmingham, just a couple of months ago, Theresa May declared that “Austerity is over.” But in early December - the...

Archaeology and the historic trams of Edinburgh

Archaeology does not always deal with the distant past. Buried remains from the last century can provide exciting information about the development of our...
The friary wall being cleaned and recorded by GUARD Archaeologists © GUARD Archaeology Ltd.

Discovering the house of the Blackfriars

Investigations carried out by GUARD Archaeology on the outskirts of medieval Stirling have discovered the foundations of the medieval Dominican friary. The archaeological excavation was...

One of the largest villas in Roman Britain found in Oxfordshire

An investigation by Oxford Archaeology on the Broughton Castle estate near Banbury has shed light on what has been revealed to be one of...
The Second stone axe fully excavated.

Axe Discoveries at the Ness of Brodgar shed light on Neolithic...

The Ness of Brodgar is one of the largest and most important Neolithic excavations in Northern Europe. The dig is continuing...

Barrow Magazine revived

Heartening to see  the newly revived Barrow Magazine, the student authored and published magazine of the Glasgow University Archaeology Society, now produced by the...
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Search for lost Jacobite army camp near Stirling

The first survey of a potential site for the Jacobite army camp shortly before the battle of Falkirk is planned for the weekend of...

Excavating Eboracum’s Common People

The current redevelopment of the former Newington Hotel by The Helmsely Group Limited provided York Archaeological Trust the opportunity to explore and study an...