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Border Welcomes Craig and Michael

Border Welcomes Craig and Michael

Posted  9 January 2017

Our Milton Keynes Team is still growing!

Emma, James and Kim Bring the “Terrible Tudors” to Life in Leominster

Emma, James and Kim Bring the “Terrible Tudors” to Life in Leominster

Posted 20 December 2016

Shedding light on the “Terrible Tudors” through examples of medieval pottery, tokens and other artefacts in use at that time, Emma Hardy, James Link and Kim Doolan of Border Archaeology addressed an audience of eager youngsters from Luston Primary school.

Border Welcomes Peter, Eri, Josh and Karen

Border Welcomes Peter, Eri, Josh and Karen

Posted 29 November 2016

A warm welcome to Peter, Eri, Josh and Karen who have recently joined our expanding team of Field Archaeologists in Milton Keynes.

Milton Keynes Archaeology Day 2016

Milton Keynes Archaeology Day 2016

Posted 14 November 2016

Milton Keynes' free Archaeology Day returned for its tenth year on Saturday 12 November at Milton Keynes' Central Library

Project Pilgrim - Gloucester Cathedral

Project Pilgrim - Gloucester Cathedral

Posted  8 November 2016

The go-ahead has been given to start our archaeological excavation in Upper College Green

Stunning Wooden Artefact

Stunning Wooden Artefact

Posted 19 October 2016

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.

Welcome Amy, Ciaran, Declan and Daniel

Welcome Amy, Ciaran, Declan and Daniel

Posted 21 September 2016

Our Milton Keynes Team of Field Archaeologists is expanding again!

Romano-British Farmstead, Milton Keynes

Romano-British Farmstead, Milton Keynes

Posted 13 September 2016

Catherine is shown investigating cobbles and, potentially, walls beneath a layer of pitched stones.

Cow Skeleton, Milton Keynes

Cow Skeleton, Milton Keynes

Posted 25 August 2016

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

Coarse Border Ware

Posted 12 July 2016

Coarse Border Ware recovered near Wanborough in Surrey during a watching brief for South East Water.