(CA 311 –Tatiana Ivleva, Newcastle University)
Research into the distribution of British-made brooches on the Continent has provided new insights into Romano-British emigration, challenging the traditional beliefs that Britons rarely travelled through the Empire.
(CA 311 – Chris Evans and Sam Lucy, Cambridge Archaeological Unit)
Some 50 years after the start of the legendary excavations at Mucking by Margaret and Tom Jones, the definitive excavation reports have been published, involving more than 50 contributing specialists and extensive archive research.
(CA 313 – University of Sheffield / PAS)
An impressive array of Middle Saxon metalwork has helped identify one of the most important high-status settlements found in Lincolnshire, bringing an early medieval marsh-island community to light once more.
(CA 315 – Norfolk Medieval Graffiti Survey)
Starting with a survey of tens of thousands of medieval graffiti in Norfolk’s churches, a pioneering project sheds light on these enigmatic etchings and the concerns and interests of the people behind them.
(CA 316 – The Trimontium Trust)
Two Roman camps hold the Iron Age hillfort at Burnswark in a vice-like grip. The team working here have uncovered an extraordinary scatter of Roman projectiles, providing new insights into Roman warfare.
(CA 320 – Stonehenge Riverside Project / Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes Project / National Trust)
Ongoing research at Durrington Walls has revealed a massive and previously unknown palisaded enclosure beneath the banks of the famous Neolithic henge. It is a discovery that is set to rewrite the site’s history.
Voting closes 6 February 2017
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Dec 01, 2016 0Archaeological work beside the River Wensum in Norfolk has...