From Suffolk to Normandy: East Anglia’s role in D-Day preparations
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1w ago
Cotswold Archaeology: To mark the 80th anniversary of D-Day, we’re looking a little more closely at what this small section of the Suffolk coast reveals about the role East Anglia played in WW2. The post From Suffolk to Normandy: East Anglia’s role in D-Day preparations appeared first on Cotswold Archaeology ..read more
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Wangford quarry – a 6,000 year Suffolk story
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3w ago
Cotswold Archaeology: Excavations over an eleven year period at Wangford quarry near Southwold on the Suffolk coast revealed archaeological remains from the Early Neolithic period to the present. The post Wangford quarry – a 6,000 year Suffolk story appeared first on Cotswold Archaeology ..read more
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Gloucester’s medieval castle comes to light at Quayside House
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Cotswold Archaeology: Cotswold Archaeology’s watching brief on development works next to the newly finished Quayside Community Diagnostic Centre, in the south-west of Gloucester city centre, has revealed significant archaeological remains relating to the medieval castle and later land use. The watching brief related to groundworks enabling the installation of mobile MRI and CT scanning units, owned by… Read More » The post Gloucester’s medieval castle comes to light at Quayside House appeared first on Cotswold Archaeology ..read more
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CA Suffolk’s Top 5 Finds in 5 Years…
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1M ago
Cotswold Archaeology: Celebrating the best artefacts our Suffolk team have discovered in our half-decade together… The Suffolk office have uncovered some remarkable archaeological artefacts over the last 5 years. Thanks to the wonders of our Virtual Museum, we can now explore some of these from the comfort of our very own homes. Here are the Top 5… Read More » The post CA Suffolk’s Top 5 Finds in 5 Years… appeared first on Cotswold Archaeology ..read more
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Walton, Felixstowe: We need to talk about Pits…
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1M ago
Cotswold Archaeology: The Suffolk branch of our site team completed a large (three-hectare) excavation at Walton, near the coastal town of Felixstowe in Suffolk in early 2022. The project is now in the post-excavation stage and the site has got us thinking about pits… Prehistoric pits! Within East Anglia this largely means Early Neolithic, Beaker, Late Bronze Age… Read More » The post Walton, Felixstowe: We need to talk about Pits… appeared first on Cotswold Archaeology ..read more
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Celebrating 5 Years of Archaeological Discovery: Medieval Burwell
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Cotswold Archaeology: This month marks a significant milestone for Cotswold Archaeology’s Suffolk office as we celebrate five years of CA at Suffolk. To honour this occasion, we’re taking a reflective journey back to some of our most memorable projects, led by our team at the Needham Market office, starting with our excavations at Burwell… In the summer… Read More » The post Celebrating 5 Years of Archaeological Discovery: Medieval Burwell appeared first on Cotswold Archaeology ..read more
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Leaping into the Easter spirit… ?
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2M ago
Cotswold Archaeology: Roman hare brooch returns from conservation… This little Roman hare brooch from one of our Oxfordshire sites has leapt to our attention this Easter, having recently returned from the conservators. Hares have historically been used to symbolise fertility, spring and renewal, likely due to their excited behaviour throughout their breeding season which led to the… Read More » The post Leaping into the Easter spirit… ? appeared first on Cotswold Archaeology ..read more
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Discoveries along the A66 Northern Trans-Pennine Project
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3M ago
Cotswold Archaeology: As one half of the Oxford Cotswold Archaeology (OCA) Team, we’re up in Cumbria with Oxford Archaeology uncovering Cumbrian history dating back 6,000 years! The A66 Northern Trans-Pennine project covers a routeway that’s been in use for nearly 10,000 years, so we’re excited but not surprised by our latest findings. We’re only halfway through the… Read More » The post Discoveries along the A66 Northern Trans-Pennine Project appeared first on Cotswold Archaeology ..read more
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Cotswold Archaeology’s Carbon Reduction Plan
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4M ago
Cotswold Archaeology: Cotswold Archaeology commits to its first Sustainability and Carbon Reduction Plan As archaeologists we see first-hand how human behaviour impacts the environment, and the changing consequences over thousands of years. This matters just as much today as it did in the past, so we’ve committed to initiatives that advance environmental, economic, and social sustainability for… Read More » The post Cotswold Archaeology’s Carbon Reduction Plan appeared first on Cotswold Archaeology ..read more
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Anglo-Saxon settlement in Suffolk
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4M ago
Cotswold Archaeology: Ceolmund’s Enclosure: Middle Anglo-Saxon settlement on the Shotley Peninsula Our excavations in the village of Chelmondiston, on the Shotley Peninsula in Suffolk, have revealed archaeological finds and features of three main periods – Early Iron Age (5th to 8th centuries BC),  Middle Anglo-Saxon (8th/9th centuries AD) and late medieval (12th to 14th centuries). The site… Read More » The post Anglo-Saxon settlement in Suffolk appeared first on Cotswold Archaeology ..read more
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