A historical group staging displays and living-history demonstrations in two main historical periods; 9th Century Saxon & Early 18th Century Maritime.
The Archaeological Diving Unit has now morphed into the ADUS (ADU Survey) concentrating on research into the application of ultra high definition multibeam sonar to the surveying and assessment of submerged archaeological sites.
Excavation at Mammoth site completed 1999. Analysis has begun. Display of some of the finds at University Museum Oxford, at the County Museum at Woodstock and River and Rowing Museum, Henley. Also excavated another Mammoth site near Cirencester and still intermittently excavating Early Devensian reindeer/ bison site near Abingdon. May request volunteers if we get […]
Consultant and contractor covering Northern England. Services include assessments, geophysical surveys, air photograph investigation, evaluations, building recording, excavations, post-excavation work, faunal analysis and publication.
Contractor covering Greater London, United Kingdom, and international, with offices in London and Durham. Services include excavation, evaluation, watching briefs, desk-top assessments, building and landscape surveys, exhibition displays and publication. Volunteers always welcome for finds processing. Volunteers accepted on excavation where circumstances permit.
Archaeological and environmental consultancy covering the whole British Isles. Services include desk-based assessments, Environmental Impact Assessments, liaison/negotiation/advisory services, design, commissioning and management of archaeological projects, surveys, evaluations, excavations, building recording and watching briefs. Offices throughout the UK.
Archaeologist and free-lance journalist writing for national media who can tell the story of your dig / research / discovery in an informed way.