Tag: Rescue dig of the year

Nick Bartos 1 year ago
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The award for Rescue Project of the Year was accepted by the Cambridge Archaeological Unit…

Nick Bartos 1 year ago
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Very few people had heard of Apethorpe in 2004 when the government used a compulsory…

Nick Bartos 1 year ago
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Until recently, Leicester’s Roman cemeteries had seen little major excavation, and their burial practices were…

Nick Bartos 2 years ago
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Fortieth birthdays rarely pass without a moment of introspection, but Wales shows no sign of…

Nick Bartos 2 years ago
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The construction of the capital’s new railway, Crossrail, through the heart of London resulted in…

Emma Watts-Plumpkin 2 years ago
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  Congratulations to The Drumclay crannog-dwellers: revealing 1,000 years of lakeside living, winner of the…

Emma Watts-Plumpkin 3 years ago
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Congratulations to First Impressions: discovering the earliest footprints in Europe, winner of the Rescue Dig…

Emma Watts-Plumpkin 4 years ago
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Rescue archaeology is vital work carried out in areas threatened by human or natural agencies.

Emma Watts-Plumpkin 5 years ago
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Congratulations to Folkestone: Roman villa or Iron Age oppidum?, winner of the Rescue Dig of…