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Ear cleaners and tweezers among Roman finds at Ebbsfleet Garden City

The rogue nostril hairs and ear wax they once removed have long since decomposed, thankfully – but ancient Roman tweezers and ear cleaners found at Ebbsfleet remain in remarkable condition. The 2000-year-old artefacts were among a number of finds uncovered by archaeologists … Continue reading

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Recently uncovered at Cobham Hall…

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Flints at Shorne

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A Spur Battery artefact

Clay pipes found in archaeological contexts come in a variety of shapes (see chart above). One of our volunteers reconstructed the fragments of a porcelain pipe found on the Spur Battery excavation to show us what shape it would have … Continue reading

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An Islamic enamelled glass beaker from Randall Manor, Shorne Woods, Kent (2011)

Rachel Tyson (with contributions from Sarah Paynter and Mahmoud Hawari) has produced a report concerning the Islamic glass excavated from the site of Randall Manor, Kent. We have produced sections of the report below. For the full article please contact … Continue reading

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