A rare 6th – 7th century silver-gilt sword pommel cap found in Scalford has gone on display at Melton Carnegie Museum.
One of the most popular pictures in the National Portrait Gallery Collection, the iconic portrait of Richard III is coming to New Walk Museum.
Thursday 20th June, 7.15pm. Female Burials of the Conversion Period: A recent find from Rollright, Oxon. A talk by Prof Helena Hamerow.
CBA East Midlands Community Archaeology Training Workshop. Saturday 22nd June, Lakeside Art Centre, University of Nottingham.
New book by Giacomo Savani,Sarah Scott and Mathew Morris explores the nature of everyday life in Leicester under the Romans.
Bosworth Links 2018 Test-Pit Results – evidence of Neolithic, Roman and Anglo-Saxon activity found at Market Bosworth community dig.
University of Leicester Archaeological Services (ULAS) have, as usual, been the most prolific archaeological contractor locally. The Waterside Development, where a large area in the north west of the walled town and in the suburb to its north is to be developed, has continued to be a busy area with work undertaken as buildings are […]