Tag: digs

Vindolanda DJI_0437

Vindolanda Excavations 2016

The Vindolanda Trust has been accepting volunteers on to its excavations since its foundation in 1970 and over 6700 people have benefited from this challenging experience. The Vindolanda Trust recognises the substantial contribution of its volunteer excavators to our understanding of the site, and therefore Roman Britain as a whole. At Vindolanda we are committed […]

BHAS Ovingdean

Brighton and Hove Archaeological Society – Ovingdean

Brighton and Hove Archaeological Society will be returning to a medieval site at Ovingdean, near Brighton. A banked enclosure in a field to the north of the church of St Wulfrans contains the remains of a 13th century house and cellar excavated in 2009. Subsequent excavations have revealed a series of pits and post holes […]

Achill Cromlech Students in 2015 excavating the interior of a large Middle Bronze Age building

Cromlech Tumulus, Slievemore

Achill Archaeological Field School This is our third season at the Cromlech Tumulus on Slievemore. So far we have discovered a large stone walled Middle Bronze Age building that is overlain by a series of small Medieval and post Medieval huts. The site is also connected to a nearby Megalithic tomb by a pre bog […]