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Archeoscan

Archeoscan run a number of digs open to members of the public throughout the year. This year we will once again be returning to two Roman sites.   In April, our first dig will focus on the wider hinterland of the main building of a site that we have been excavating for the past 5 years […]

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The Colemore Project Spring Excavation

Colemore is in the west of the South Downs National Park with a fascinating buried landscape of past rural settlement.  Ten seasons of excavations, test pits, desk-based research and geophysical survey reveal a complex settlement of enclosures and habitation dating mainly to the Romano-British (RB) with glimpses of the Iron Age (IA).  Buildings include a […]

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Saveock Water Archaeology

This is the 19th season at Saveock Water which is a multi-period dig from the Mesolithic to the 17thcentury which has been featured in the world media and in a National Geographic documentary on its 17th century pagan deposits . The earliest part of the site is a Mesolithic camp then a Neolithic ritual site […]

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Poulton Research Project

The Poulton Project is a multi-period rural excavation 5 miles south of Chester, which has produced extensive evidence for 10,000 years of human activity. The site was discovered during the search for a lost Cistercian Abbey, when excavation unexpectedly revealed the foundations of a medieval Chapel and associated graveyard, with an estimated 2000 burials. Continual […]

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Elsyng Palace

The sixteenth season of work at Elsyng, home of Sir Thomas Lovell, Chancellor to Henry VII, and then of Henry VIII, Elizabeth I and other monarchs will continue to explore one of the service wings of the royal palace. The 2018 excavation of a complete furnace in the probable boiling house, and of multiple patterned […]

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Caraun Point Multi-period Archaeological Complex

The Achill Archaeological Field School 2019 programme will focus on the multi-period archaeological complex at Caraun point on the northern coast of Achill island.  Caraun Point is well known for its rich archaeological remains, including an early medieval enclosure and remains of a cashel, several shell middens, dog whelk mounds and an early modern village […]

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Editor-in-Chief’s Dinner 2018: Spaghetti House

We would like to invite anyone attending Current Archaeology Live! 2018 to join us at a special Editor-in-Chief’s dinner after the conference on Friday 23rd February.  The meal will take place directly after the evening reception, at the Goodge Street branch of Spaghetti House at 7:30pm, and will be attended by our founder and Editor-in-Chief Andrew Selkirk, […]

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CA Live! 2018: Bonus Activity

Bonus Activity: Sunday 25 February NOW FULLY BOOKED Our Sunday Activity is back, and this year our friends at MOLA and Bloomberg are offering conference attendees a chance to see the newly opened reconstruction of London’s Temple of Mithras (recently featured in CA 334 and also highlighted in the final session of the conference). Unfortunately, this […]

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Current Archaeology Live! 2018: Timetable

Current Archaeology Live! 2018 will be held on 23-24 February 2018 at the University of London’s Senate House. Below is the full timetable. We hope to see you there! To find out more information about the conference, and to purchase tickets, click here.

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CA Live! 2018 – tickets on sale

Current Archaeology Live! 2018 will be returning to the University of London’s Senate House, on 23-24 February (Friday/Saturday). We will be hearing from the foremost archaeological experts on the latest finds and ground-breaking research, and we are looking forward to an entertaining, stimulating, and enjoyable two days – we hope you will join us! Tickets are […]

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