This Year, Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Research Project will also be running several day courses, combining archaeological teaching with a fun day out. There are three courses to choose from which take place in July and August: Cooking up an Anglo Saxon Feast, Flint in Archaeology: a basic introduction, and Flint Knapping with John & [...]
In July 2013, DigVentures field school will be undertaking the first ever large-scale archaeological investigation at Leiston Abbey, a Scheduled Ancient Monument composed of mainly 14th century remains. Located just half a mile from the beautiful Suffolk coast, it was founded in 1182 by Augustinian canons, and is one of the finest and most complete examples [...]
This year, CHTAP will be running a series of three Taster Weekends at Copped Hall, a ruined country house located near Epping in Essex. It is an important archaeological site with a complex sequence of building phases. Its recorded history starts in the 12th century. The Taster Weekends will be open to beginners in July [...]
Colchester Archaeological Group are conducting their final excavation at Marks Hall Estate in Essex. As part of the Historical Research Project run by Essex University, and at the request of the Trustees of Marks Hall Estate, the excavation hopes to identify the location of the footprint of a lost Jacobean Mansion, and to seek evidence [...]
Heritage Writtle is a group of local enthusiasts who first united in 2003 to investigate the historic village and parish of Writtle in Essex. The club meets one morning a week throughout the course of the year to examine, interpret and record aspects of the area’s history through field walking, metal-detecting, excavation, and post-excavation work. [...]
This year Stockwood Discovery Centre has announced a new and updated program of osteoarchaeology courses. All courses are aimed at increasing knowledge of human skeletal remains, providing thorough hands-on access and teaching people how to identify sex, age, and pathologies on skeletons that are over 1500 years old. Luton Culture is hosting one or two-day [...]
Undergraduates can study either history of art or archaeology, anthropology and art history in the School – and the joint degrees let you combine art history with other subjects at UEA.