(CA 312 and 319 – Cambridge Archaeological Unit / University of Cambridge)
Excavations of the burnt roundhouses at Must Farm have recovered quantities of well-preserved pottery, tools, textiles, and more, which paint a picture of daily life in Bronze Age Britain in greater detail than ever before.
(CA 313 – Crossrail)
A major infrastructure project created one of the largest archaeological programmes ever undertaken, revealing a wealth of secrets hidden beneath modern London. Work on over 40 construction sites unearthed more than 10,000 finds.
(CA 314 – Welsh Archaeological Trusts)
Wales’ trailblazing archaeological trusts have been doing vital work to protect the country’s heritage for 40 years. The Welsh Assembly too is leading the way, putting forward arguably the most progressive heritage legislation in the UK.
(CA 317 – MOLA)
Among the remarkable artefacts recovered from the site of the new Bloomberg headquarters were 405 writing tablets. Of these, 87 have now been deciphered, allowing a glimpse at the lives and legal wranglings of Britain’s earliest authors.
(CA 319 – University of Leicester Archaeological Services)
An investigation at a Roman cemetery in Leicester has made some surprising discoveries and has provided the first evidence of the town’s migrant population.
(CA 320 – Historic England)
In 2004, the government used a compulsory purchase order to take Apethorpe into state care. Some 20 years of work and millions of pounds have been spent rescuing the stately home from decline.
Voting closes 6 February 2017
Dec 01, 2016 0Archaeological work beside the River Wensum in Norfolk has...