Monthly Archives: June 2019

From Tombs to Towers

We get some interesting requests to carry out geophysical surveys and last week saw two good examples. The first was in a local churchyard where someone had noticed a great disparity between the number of burials recorded and the number … Continue reading

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A Lucky Find

We were out at our neolithic site digging a test pit to explore a feature found in our original dig. As is the case with these things, the failure to find what you’re looking for is not altogether a negative … Continue reading

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Still Waters Run Deep

Actually, the waters that have covered Lunt Meadows at various times in the last seven and a half ┬ámillennia have not always been still; nor have they been particularly deep. But, crucially, they have been there; and they have preserved … Continue reading

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