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New ‘pop-up’ exhibition showcases rare Anglo-Saxon sculpture from North East England

A collection of rare Anglo-Saxon stone sculptures, which are unique to the North East of England, are going on display for the very first time. Etched in Stone: Anglo-Saxons in the North East is…

Help us unearth one of England’s last surviving Tudor gardens enjoyed by Elizabeth I

Tudor history fans are helping archaeologists to unearth a remarkable set of ruins at Sudeley Castle

Archaeologists to investigate long-lost Tudor garden at Sudeley Castle

Geophysics revealed the ghostly outline.

Archaeological dig hopes to add fresh evidence to story of the Wittenham Clumps

It's one of Oxfordshire's most iconic ancient monuments.

Little Driffield Excavation Set To Reveal New Insights Into East Yorkshire’s Roman and Iron Age Past

East Yorkshire is home to some of the most distinctive Iron Age archaeology in the country. But what happened when the Romans arrived, and how did people respond? A crowdfunded archaeological excavation near Little…

Archaeologists Ask For Help To Find Lindisfarne’s Lost “Sister Monastery” In Scotland

 A team of archaeologists and history-lovers will begin searching for the ancient monastery established by King Oswald’s sister near Coldingham. Somewhere near the village of Coldingham in Berwickshire lie the remains of an…

Workington Residents Invited To Join Archaeology Dig At Local Landmark Jane Pit

Residents of Workington are being invited to take part in an archaeological excavation at local landmark Jane Pit, to help unearth more about the town’s past while also contributing to its future. Originally built…

DigVentures Heads To East Yorkshire To Investigate Roman And Iron Age Remains

Archaeology team set to investigate nationally-important site in east Yorkshire A team of archaeologists from DigVentures and the Portable Antiquities Scheme will start work at Elmswell Farms, near Driffield, this August to investigate nationally…

DigVentures Teams Up To Launch America's First Archaeological Fieldwork Programme Supporting Veterans Transition To Civilian Life - With Help From National Geographic

New Archaeology Dig In America Will Help Veterans Transition Into Civilian Life – With Support From Nat Geo!

DigVentures is teaming up with American Veterans Archaeological Recovery and National Geographic to launch a new archaeological fieldwork programme in America that supports veterans transitioning back into civilian life.  Together, we’ll be excavating the…

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