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Ebbsfleet, Thanet

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

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Finally we can announce…First evidence for Julius Caesar’s invasion of Britain

For the past three years we have been involved with the work at Ebbsfleet, Thanet, to find evidence for Julius Caesar’s first landing in Britain. The television show ‘Digging for Britain’ aired on BBC Four last night and explored the … Continue reading

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Isle of Thanet Archaeological Society’s 2016 Lecture Programme

IOTAS Archaeological Studies Lecture Course 2016 14 Mar 2016: ‘Not Angles but Angels’: St Augustine and the ‘conversion’ of Kent 04 Apr 2016: Rings and Roundabouts:  The Lord of the Manor Ceremonial Landscape – a history and analysis of the excavations 09 May 2016: … Continue reading

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Thanet survey update

The Thanet field survey continues. The gird was laid out last week and today the fieldwalking began. The metal dectectorists were hard at work as well. We were looking for evidence of Roman occupation but most of what was recovered … Continue reading

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Thanet Survey

Next week (2/3 September) we will be working on the Thanet Survey. Richard will be running 2 days down on Thanet to lay out the grid, for the geophysics survey to follow. We will meet at Shorne at 9am on Wednesday … Continue reading

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