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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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Pottery workshops

Pottery workshops with Nigel Macpherson Grant were held this week at the National Trust South Lodge Barn in Cobham.  They were funded by the Kent Archaeological Society. Pottery excavated from the site of Randall Manor was laid out in sequence … Continue reading

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Medieval silver Halfgroat of Edward III

During November, at Randall Manor, Stan Matthews found a silver groat in the south-east corner of the site.  We asked staff at the Portable Antiquities Scheme for help on its identification and Walter Ahmet, Finds Liaison Assistant for Heritage Conservation, Kent County … Continue reading

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