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Excavation News Leicestershire

At University of Leicester Archaeological Services (ULAS) have, as usual, been busy both inside the county and further afield. At Cadeby Quarry a mini – Sunken Featured Building has been found to add to the Anglo-Saxon buildings excavated here and part of a medieval close, associated with Brascote DMV, has been identified associated with medieval […]

Peter Liddle’s Lectures

Peter Liddle MBE, former County Archaeologist, Courses Peter Liddle runs short 6 week courses on archaeology in Leicestershire around the County.  If you have a group or venue that would like to run these courses please contact Peter as below.   The courses cost £30 for the series or £6 for individual lectures including refreshment. […]

Fieldworker Training

Fieldworker training is held each year in September/early October at Jewry Wall and out in the field.  However it is possible to join local groups who are already walking or excavating as they will also provide training.  Groups who are currently active include Hallaton, Hinckley, Oakham, Croxton Kerrial (FLAG), Lutterworth, Oadby and Wigston.  See the […]

Latest Publications

Albion Archaeology publication ‘A Romano-British Farmstead at Stretton Road, Great Glen’ will be on sale at Great Glen library on Saturday 9th April from 10am to 1pm.  The book, which presents plans and photos of the site and finds, many in colour, also features reconstructions of the farm during its lifetime.  The excavators found the […]