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From 2015-2017 the team was involved with the work at Ebbsfleet, Thanet, to find evidence for Julius Caesar’s first landing in Britain. Click here for research published on the site: ‘Ebbsfleet, 54BC’ by Andrew Fitzpatrick, Current Archaeology, vol. 337, pp.26-32. … Continue reading
The aim of this dig was to date both the Hollow Way and hopefully the field systems either side of it. So far we have everything from prehistoric worked flint, to medieval pottery, to a Victorian gin bottle. We also … Continue reading
We heard from Karen and Keith at Fort Amherst/the Command of the Heights project. Keith Gulvin, who is a trustee at Fort Amherst, has secured funding for equipment for an archaeological group. This means a group of volunteers could continue with digs … Continue reading
There is no gathering at Shorne Woods this Thursday (31st May) but next week, we hope to start our project at Owletts…fingers crossed. First stage will be a metal detector survey alongside geophys. Followed by excavations in July, fingers tightly crossed!
Weather willing we will be working down on the Royal Military canal next week from Tuesday to Thursday. Either meet at Shorne at 9:30am to car share, or down at Appledore in the village car park here https://goo.gl/maps/2upFC5SkZjS2 at c.10:30am. Andrew will be … Continue reading