Extra – information and links

This page will be were we will add more detailed research and stories we mention on the home page.

Here is a time-lapse of the corridor mosaic at Chedworth as it was excavated




13 thoughts on “Extra – information and links

    • Hi Rosie,
      Would be good to meet up as there are lots of resources we have that maybe of use including research done on the Bankes archive, may help with finding gaps you maybe able to delve into for us. I have a NT work e mail and could do with a trip to KL 🙂 cheers

  1. Fabulous. I can meet up any Monday, Saturday or Sunday, otherwise any afternoon after 2.30pm or 3pm on a Wednesday… All the best. Rosie.

    • Hi it depends on which region or country you need, we hav at least one archaeologist in each region and country, if you let me know which place/county you would like to konw about I will send you their details 🙂

  2. Hello,
    I’ve worked in the commercial archaeological industry for about 13 years and have recently decided to go back to uni to proceed in my archaeological career. Do you offer placements or volunteer positions on any of your site’s for people in my position? I’d very much like to help out if I could? I miss the dirt…..

  3. Hello – I visited Chedworth in May of 2015 on vacation from Texas, and we truly enjoyed our time there. I read through all of your Chedworth dig blog entries with great fascination. It’s amazing the history, just a few feet below the turf. 🙂

    While not showing any of your digs, here are my pictures of our visit:

    …and that day’s travel journal: http://www.balettie.com/travel/england2015/england-2015-day-11/

    I look forward to reading more of your other blog entries as they come up…


    • Hi Roger,
      Glad you had a great time at Chedworth, we are back excavating more mosaics from July 9th. We will be blogging every day so you can follow our progress and see what new things we have uncovered 🙂 Always good to have more pictures of our places seen through the eye of a visitor 🙂 thanks for the link, love the snail shots and the puddings 🙂 cheers nance

  4. I am writing a paper hopefully to be published in an academic journal. I would like to include an item which describes and shows a map of a geophysics examination of Cadbury camp hillfort which is just north of Tickenham in North Somerset which I believe was conducted by Martin Papworth in about 2001. Can you tell me please how I might find it report or how to contact Martin Papworth please.

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