An archaeological dig is under way at a city centre site earmarked for redevelopment.Specialists will be exploring the area under the Sawclose car park for three weeks to see what historical evidence is there.A private car park behind the public spaces opposite the Theatre Royal will be shut completely while spaces in the council car park will be cut during the projectRead the rest of this article.
Archaelogical dig underway at Banks site A pig rib bone, a partial wine glass and an 1880 penny are just a few the findings that have been uncovered as part of an archaeological dig under way at The Banks riverfront site. Archaeolog... Read Post
Eh, no: Archaeological dig begins at Cheltenham car parks Archaeologists are to start digging at North Place and Portland Street car parks in Cheltenham. Eight evaluation trenches, each 30m (98ft) long by 1.85m (6ft) wide, will be d... Read Post
The skeleton of a young man dating from the 12th or 13th centuries, who was stabbed to death has been discovered during an archaeological dig in East Lothian. The skeleton found during dig at Scottish Seabird Centre in North Berwick... Read Post