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Well not quite… The find This is the lead soldier found at the Mausoleum Cottage excavation this year. Headless and with spigots for arm location, it is hollow model of the size and type that W. Britain manufactured from 1893 … Continue reading
Hugh Marley has kindly put together a short film on this year’s dig at Cobham. See some of our team in action (with local cows munching in the background) and let Andrew explain what we found and how it has been … Continue reading
Otto Bagi (from the Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw) was back this year to create 3D models of two tiles finds from Randall Manor and the cricket mug from the Mausoleum Cottage dig. Click the links to go to … Continue reading
Thanks to everyone who helped on the Mausoleum cottage dig over the past two weeks! Above we have a snapshot of some of the volunteers who bravely stayed around to back fill on the last day.