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Elsyng Palace

The thirteenth season of excavations at this medieval site which became a courtier’s and then Henry VIII’s royal palace in north London will focus on exploring the rest of a range of buildings on the south side of the palace under excavation since 2014. The aim is to define the extent and internal arrangements of […]

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Cocks Farm Roman Villa

  This is an annual excavation which is now centred on the field adjacent to the Roman villa site. A magnetometry survey by members of the Roman Studies Group showed evidence for Roman field ditches, a lime kiln and many other anomalies. Excavation has revealed extensive late Iron Age and Roman activity on the site […]

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Lowes, Bury Archaeological Group

The site at Lowes Tenement lies on an important part of the historic landscape of Walmersley. It contains evidence of human activity from prehistoric to early medieval times at the Bronze Age cairn on Whitelow Hill, approximately 350 metres east of Lowes. Park Farm, 150 metres south-west of Lowes, marks the birthplace of John Kay, […]

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Warren Wood – Archaeology In Marlow (AIM)

During 2017 Archaeology In Marlow (AIM) will be continuing investigations at a site in Little Marlow, Bucks. This site comprises of a double enclosure earthwork believed to be Medieval in date, but prehistoric pottery found there suggests the origins of the site are much earlier. Investigations will continue within the inner enclosure and the surrounding […]

The Colemore Project

The Colemore Project

Set amongst the rolling hills in the west of the South Downs National Park, views over the edge of The Weald stretch away in the distance. Little was known about the site until the landowner discovered some pottery dating to the Romano-British period when the field had a final ploughing before it was laid to […]

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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 […]