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Cotswold Archaeology nominated for CA’s Rescue Project of the Year 2022!

Rescue Project of the Year logoCotswold Archaeology has been nominated for Current Archaeology Magazine‘s Rescue Project of the Year 2022, for the incredible Neolithic henge site in Carmarthenshire. We would be grateful for your vote. Voting closes on 7 February 2022 and the winners will be announced in February.


Cotswold Archaeology and COVID-19

9.12.2021 update: Cotswold Archaeology is open for business. Read our statement here.

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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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CEO Neil's short interview on #ClimateChange, #GlobalWarming, and #archaeology is now available on BBC Sounds. To skip Celine Dion, Elton John, and INXS, head to Neil's bit at 2:49:30 – https://t.co/z0TkVE2BDS https://t.co/VGwhUw1qO6
Did the Romans love a seafood dinner and a sea view..? We reckon they did! At a #Devon coastal site, #CASiteTeam found a huge quantity of oyster shell and signs that the #Roman occupiers positioned their home at the best angle for those views: https://t.co/JXIeLWHiZj #Archaeology https://t.co/aMMUgOIjNM
As the BBC releases @BBCJustinR's article on climate threats to #heritage, our CEO, Neil, will join @BBCGlos tonight, to discuss archaeology, #ClimateChange, and global warming. Tune in to BBC Radio #Gloucestershire at 4.45pm...
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Clare Castle, snapped at our summer outreach dig and giving us a yearn to visit a #heritage spot this weekend... Which historic sites are you planning to visit soon?.. We're thinking frosty walks, tea in a Thermos, maybe (definitely) a bit of cake... Inspire us! 😊 #Archaeology https://t.co/h5jLbruASp

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Teign view, courtesy of Tilia Homes

The Penns Mount excavations were what an estate agent might call ‘well positioned’, with beautiful panoramic views over the River Teign estuary. Our fieldwork team uncovered an enclosure (a rectangular perimeter of deep, v-shaped ditches, with a break for entering the settlement housed in its centre), dating to the early Romano-British period (mid to late…
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