Welsh Heritage on show via an App

What will you find? Archwilio, the world’s first APP to reveal a whole country’s archaeological treasures Exploration of Wales’ archaeological treasures is set to be...
A photograph of Maeshowe chambered cairn from the south-west. Image: Nicole Smith, CC0.

Maeshowe: The Application of RTI to Norse Runes

The chambered cairn and passage grave at Maeshowe is well known for its runic inscriptions. Since its construction around 2800 BC, the site has...

University of Hertfordshire College Lane campus – late Evaluation

A lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire has spoken out against his bosses for failing to check a building project was not damaging valuable...

Westgate Oxford dig shortlisted for Best Archaeological Project

Oxford Archaeology's Westgate Friary excavation has been shortlisted for Best Archaeological Project 2016 in this year's British Archaeological Awards, which showcases the very latest...

Spitfire excavation DVD now available

In 2015, Oxford Archaeology East excavated the remains of a Mark 1 Spitfire X4593 that crashed in the Cambridgeshire Fens in November 1940. The project...

SCHARP counts over 1000 coastal site surveys

The first chapter of SCHARP, generously funded and supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Historic Environment Scotland, the University of St Andrews and the...
A few fragments of sgraffito pottery were excavated at Thaxted. Image CAT

Medieval ‘sgraffito’ pottery from Thaxted, Essex

  Today, the volunteers washed and bagged a small group of fragments from an sgraffito-decorated pottery vessel. As the pottery from the site is being...
Stirling Castle

Iconic Scottish heritage sites get Google Street View

Google Street View has launched a new collection of historic Scottish sites, allowing people to now explore a number of the nation’s picturesque castles,...
Northfleet wharf, courtesy of CEMEX

Aggregates – Help reveal the past

Director of Coastal & Marine Euan McNeill and Senior Project Manager Andy Manning, both from Wessex Archaeology’s Salisbury office, spoke about two important projects...
The pond, ditches and Roman artefacts date back to about AD100

Roman site reveals village pond

An excavation in Barnham,West Sussex by Archaeology South-East unearthed a range of artefacts dating back to the Late Iron Age and early Roman occupation.   This...