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Reserach into nails found at Randall Manor

Nails were valuable. Horseshoe nails were even used as a form of currency in certain circumstances. They were made from English iron which was less carboniferous than the imported iron from Spain and Sweden (used in the making of cannons). … 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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Randal Manor interpretation

 

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Using pottery in post excavation research

This week the pottery finds from the Randall Manor dig have been laid out in order to compare with the stratigraphy of the site, with the aim of dating the site more securely. Thanks to Nigel for sharing his knowledge … Continue reading

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3D modelling of SWAG finds

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

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