We have show-cased our finds to over 4500 members of the Public fully supporting our clients in their commitment to engage and connect local communities to heritage assets.
Here’s a small selection……
The bead is a carved bone pendant terminal from a rosary, a string of beads used in the recitation of a series of prayers within the Roman Catholic faith.
First results from our specialist are in!
The cold weather has not deterred our hardy team of archaeologists!
A Janus faced late medieval 'memento mori' rosary bead has been unearthed…
This ledgerstone was uncovered in land lying within a couple of metres of the existing cathedral wall and appears to commemorate the interment of three family members between the late 17th and early 18th centuries
Andy Nettleton from our Milton Keynes Team is pictured finding a stunning wooden block. Accompanied by the associated wooden pin and remnants of twine it appears to have been a pulley or shackle device.
Catherine is shown investigating cobbles and, potentially, walls beneath a layer of pitched stones.
Border Archaeology staff recently revealed a largely intact cow skeleton deposited within a Romano-British refuse pit at one of our Milton Keynes sites, excavated in advance of a housing development.
Coarse Border Ware recovered near Wanborough in Surrey during a watching brief for South East Water.