This will be the 16th season at Saveock Water Archaeology. It is a multi period site featuring a Mesolithic camp, Neolithic ritual pool, Bronze Age metalworking site and 17th-century pagan deposits. National Geographic TV filmed a documentary on the site and it has featured in the world media due to its pagan pits since 2006. Excavation training and wet sieving instruction are given on site. If raining we have a well equipped workroom to do post excavation work in.
Saveock is recognised as a training dig by UK, European, American and Australian universities.
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