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Welcome to Cotswold Archaeology

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

From Twitter

The A417 between Swindon and Gloucester may not sound like a bustling place to live, but our ancestors would disagree. In an area rich with #archaeology, #CASiteTeam and @HighwaysSWEST have uncovered evidence spanning the #Mesolithic to the #medieval...: https://t.co/EtOjTuut2y https://t.co/tLMqjnRRRk

#Prehistoric flint working, a #BronzeAge settlement, #IronAge and #Roman funerary activity, a #Saxon settlement, #medieval farming... Need we go on? Click for the first findings from the A417's 7,000 year glimpse into the past: https://t.co/QwzICBRGHJ @HighwaysSWEST #Archaeology https://t.co/PvJSsxa85f

#CASiteTeam are excavating at @JesusCollegeCam's Pump Court as part of the Kitchen Project. The site presents complex overlapping layers of #archaeology, so we're excavating and recording each feature in turn, latest first. Full story: https://t.co/6QwmNk35jj #JCCamDig #Cambridge https://t.co/niPMtH9BO8

"The site presents a complex series of overlapping soil layers, walls, cellars, culverts and pits, meaning the excavation is like a puzzle" Excavations at @JesusCollegeCam's Pump Court are uncovering a varied cross-section of history: https://t.co/GFvIdXJqWq #JCCamDig #CASiteTeam https://t.co/DfBWWa3Dw7


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A417 missing link

During September to December 2020, Cotswold Archaeology undertook an archaeological evaluation on the route of the proposed A417 Missing Link, between Cirencester and Gloucester. The area around the proposed route is rich with archaeology of all periods, including the prehistoric site at Crickley Hill and Roman settlement in the Birdlip area. During the course of…
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