Tag Archives: Landscape

Some of Gloucestershire’s archaeology: Pt 1 Hetty Pegler’s Tump

This week we travelled to Gloucestershire to do a workshop in Yate. We took this opportunity to visit one of what we think is one of the best named archaeological sites in Britain – Hetty Pegler’s Tump. It has been … Continue reading

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Preparation is key!

As some of you might know, Catherine and I are working closely with a local group who are exploring the history and archaeology of a small farmstead. The project is called Peeling Back the Layers and you can read our … Continue reading

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Stonehenge on the TV: can we ever have enough?

Once again the nation’s favourite prehistoric monument features on TV with the Timewatch documentary that considers the many, and it must be said varied, interpretations of the site. I think I might be right in thinking this is a repeat, … Continue reading

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Must Farm – A Bronze Age house and more!

Last week I have the opportunity of visiting Must Farm,  a Bronze Age settlement site, with members of the Prehistoric Society. Right off, I have to say this was a fantastic site in many ways, and that the work being … Continue reading

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KS2 British prehistory – summer of action pt3

This weekend saw me visit to 3 excavations of some importance in the story of our past. In terms of British prehistory the Neolithic is perhaps the most striking as it is the period when we begin to see, quite … Continue reading

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