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.
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 warm welcome to Peter, Eri, Josh and Karen who have recently joined our expanding team of Field Archaeologists in Milton Keynes.
A Janus faced late medieval 'memento mori' rosary bead has been unearthed…
Milton Keynes' free Archaeology Day returned for its tenth year on Saturday 12 November at Milton Keynes' Central Library
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
The go-ahead has been given to start our archaeological excavation in Upper College Green