Once thought to be a worked-out site following the Society of Antiquaries’ excavations, 1890 – 1909, excavations at Silchester (Calleva Atrebatum) since the 1970s have shown rema
The ‘First Pandemic’, an outbreak of bubonic plague which struck Constantinople in the late spring of AD 542, was relatively well recorded by some contemporary writers.
This lecture will focus on the increasing detrimental effects of climate change on the buried archaeological deposits at the forts of Vindolanda and Magna.
The Tower of London is one of the most important and sensitive historic sites in the world.
Can we ever know what it was like to move in the past; to understand its meanings and complexities?
This talk will present the results of three seasons of fieldwork at the site of the discovery of the Hinton St Mary mosaic, uncovered by chance 60 years ago behind the blacksmith’s forge.
Before building, the architect needs certain facts about the site, the overall cost, the materials required and where they can be obtained.
Richborough has long been regarded as a key site in the history of Roman Britain, due to the excavations by J.P Bushe-Fox, which were published in five volumes between and 1926 and 1968.