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Welcome to Cotswold Archaeology

We offer the full range of heritage and archaeological services from our Andover, Cirencester, Milton Keynes and Suffolk offices. Established for over 30 years with an excellent reputation for quality.

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It's felt like summer and autumn have come at once this week, but #CASiteTeam have grabbed the sun lotion and the waterproofs, and continued with their excavation of this incredible late-medieval to early post-medieval moat in #Wilthshire. More info coming soon! #Archaeology https://t.co/t0UgLHwoDB

It's been a week of suntans and waterproofs in #Wiltshire, but #CASiteTeam are still persevering with their excavation of this impressive late-medieval to early post-medieval moat! More info coming soon... #Medieval #Archaeology ☀️👷🌧 https://t.co/lsZFOyu0eT

#CASiteTeam have been persevering with the last week's sunburnt/skin-drenched combo to excavate this massive late- #medieval to early post-medieval moat ☀️👷🌧 Located in #Wiltshire, it's a bit of a beauty and we're hoping to bring you more info soon! #Archaeology #TShirtSuntans https://t.co/qBI4BzYizU

It’s tonight! 🤗 #Archaeology #Cambridge @CambridgeUnit #JCCamDig https://t.co/sD2921cW9T
Cotswold Archaeology @CotswoldArch
Last call for tickets to tomorrow night's lecture from the @JesusCollegeCam excavation team! Hear all about the #archaeology uncovered during the #JCCamDig and how it's developed our understanding of the College's history. Tickets: https://t.co/JWnAcVvFKg #Archaeology #Medieval https://t.co/d9bHmOV9IJ


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Right facial bones today compared with the original photograph before the calcareous deposit was removed

The exciting results of early Mesolithic radiocarbon dates on human bones from the cave at Cannington Quarry are now published in the Proceedings of the University of Bristol Spelaeological Society, Volume 28 (3). Cotswold Archaeology (CA) previously reported the discovery of an entirely new Mesolithic cave burial site in Somerset, through our work on the…
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