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This ledgerstone was uncovered in land lying within a couple of metres of the existing cathedral wall
Late 17th Century Ledgerstone Uncovered Today

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

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Results are in for Small bone objects unearthed during archaeological evaluation at Gloucester Cathedral
Project Pilgrim – Gloucester Cathedral

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

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Work finally gets underway today…..

Excavations have begun at Upper College Green. Watch this space for latest news …..

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Andy Nettleton from our Milton Keynes Archaeology Team is pictured revealing a stunning wooden block
Stunning Wooden Artefact

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.

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Meet new members of our growing Milton Keynes Field Archaeology Team
Welcome Amy, Ciaran, Declan and Daniel

Our Milton Keynes Team of Field Archaeologists is expanding again!

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Archaeological Excavation - Romano-British farmstead Milton Keynes
Romano-British Farmstead, Milton Keynes

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

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Border Archaeology staff reveal a largely intact cow skeleton deposited within a Romano-British refuse pit
Cow Skeleton, Milton Keynes

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.

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

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

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the reinterment of three Roman cremation urns revealed during construction of a new surgery for the Mortimer Medical Practice, Leintwardine.
Roman Interment, Leintwardine

On 13th June a small gathering of local residents witnessed the reinterment of three Roman cremation urns revealed during construction of a new surgery for the Mortimer Medical Practice, Leintwardine.

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