TVAS Monograph Series – 17 and 18 now published

Monograph 17, entitled "The Oxford Henge and Late Saxon Massacre; with Medieval and Later Occupation at St John's College, Oxford", presents the results of...

Hollis Croft, Sheffield – the Cock Public House and the Mystery...

On 20 April 2017, an Edward I long cross silver penny was found during the excavation of the former site of the Cock, a...

‘The Rise of the Machine’: the impact of digital tablet recording...

New in Internet Archaeology 47: This article considers the role of digital recording methods and visualisation tools in the primary recording of archaeology at...

The Former Titanic Works, Sheffield

Public Access Open Day On Friday 28 October, as part of this year’s Sheffield Design Week, Chris Breeden and Lucy Dawson, of the Wessex Sheffield...

England’s Medieval immigrants

The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funded the three-year project directed by Professor Mark Ormrod, of the University of York’s Centre for Medieval...

Manningtree Roman kiln – initial results

While excavation continues at the evaluation site near Manningtree where archaeological from the Colchester Archaeology Trust recently uncovered the remains of a small Roman...
The eagle’s wing before conservation. Image: Cotswold ArchaeologyThe eagle’s wing before conservation. Image: Cotswold Archaeology

Wing From Roman Bronze Eagle Found in Gloucester

An extremely rare find of a wing from a Roman bronze sculpture of an eagle has been found in Gloucester by Archaeologists from Cotswold...

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...

Lead on MacYAC

Young Archaeologists' Club and Home Front Legacy teams up for two workshops bringing together colleagues from community groups, heritage organisations, and those working with...
Letter (c) National Trust

Seventeenth century letters discovered at Knole

Three letters dating back to the seventeenth century have been discovered under the floorboards at the National trust property of Knole House and have...