Aberdeen's Mither Kirk

Uncovering seven centuries of cemeteries The largest area excavation ever undertaken in Aberdeen has disclosed astonishing details about the Church of St…

News: The ‘Brodgar Boy’

Neolithic clay figurine found during Orkney excavation Meet the newest member of a small and very special family: the ‘Brodgar Boy’. Archaeologists…

CA257

Bedlam. It is a word that evokes the casual brutality of early healthcare. It was also a real institution, tending real patients.…

Bedlam Burials

Unearthing an English institution Excavations in Liverpool Street have revealed a post-Medieval  cemetery. Could it contain the dead of the world’s first…

Greek Temple

In response to our call for photos of edible archaeology, some students from Exeter University sent in a picture of their Greek…

Reading the writing on the wall

The Norfolk Medieval Graffiti Survey Today the word graffiti carries unpleasant connotations. Articles tackling both graffiti and churches are normally reports of…

Go Digging!

Nothing beats the excitement of hands-on archaeology, and with the new digging season almost upon us, there is no time to lose.…