Category Archives: Britain

What’s in your parish? Hartington

Welcome to the second of our blogs on the archaeology in your parish. In this one I’ll be looking at some of the archaeology and heritage of Hartington. For those of you who don’t know the village, it’s in the … Continue reading

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Staffordshire History Day 2017

It seems that most weeks there’s a conference, meeting or seminar I’d like to go to. Why? Well they are either out of personal interest or its relevant to Enrichment’s work. This week it was Staffordshire History Day.  The event … Continue reading

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What are archaeologists up to in the autumn?

Now that the summer is just a distant memory many people think that archaeologists move indoors and do other things. Well, in part they do. The project we have been involved in – Peeling Back The Layers – has reached the stage … Continue reading

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More Must Farm findings!

Back in December I visited the excavations at a site called Must Farm near Peterborough. It is a fantastically preserved Bronze Age house and associated structures, including at least a walkway and a palisade. Since then there have been more … Continue reading

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Another Viking hoard – what can they tell us?

Vikings have been in the news again recently with the discovery and unveiling of the Watlington hoard. As with many such finds, we owe thanks to an amatuer metal-detectorist – James Mather. Mr Mather has been detecting without much luck … Continue reading

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