This blog follows the progress of the University of Kent's archaeological investigations of the lincolnshire wolds, where we have teamed up with the North East Lincs Archaeology & History Society to explore the ancient past.
Being the last days on site for much of the team, including the undergraduates, the main focus on site has switched from excavation to the recording of any features. One of the most important elements of the record is the … Continue reading →
Work has continued as expected at the Hatcliffe site with more feature excavations under way. From these features have emerged a steady flow of finds including sherds of pottery, fragments of bone and a cluster of oyster shells. The oysters … Continue reading →